Student Massage Liability Insurance Program
Get insured and get the security you need to begin your professional career in the best way possible.Massage Magazine Insurance Plus offers two affordable liability insurance options to students pursuing careers in massage therapy, along with more than 350 other health, wellness, and beauty disciplines. Both student programs offer occurrence form coverage—the preferred form in the industry—and cover you for on- and off-campus massage therapy sessions. You must be enrolled as a student on the effective date of coverage to be eligible for either student program; and rates reflect first-time pricing only. Our student policies will only cover the discipline you are in school for on the day your coverage begins.
|Professional & General Liability Insurance||$1,000,000||$2,000,000|
|Individual Annual Aggregate||$1,000,000||$3,000,000|
|Rental Damage Insurance||$100,000||$100,000|
|Stolen Equipment Insurance|
|Identity Protection Plan|
For only $10, you can enroll in our six-month student program and receive $1 million of professional and general liability insurance. This policy also includes rental damage coverage and a free monthly newsletter, courtesy of MASSAGE Magazine. Coverage only applies to a single discipline that you are currently enrolled in. If you are licensed in any other health, wellness, or beauty discipline, they will not be covered under this program.
For the first-year rate of $25, you can receive the most comprehensive student insurance available in the industry, complete with all of the benefits of our professional insurance program. This policy covers students for 12 full months with $2 million of professional and general liability insurance, plus rental damage insurance. Additional benefits include stolen equipment insurance, identity protection, a free professional website, and a monthly newsletter.
“We are excited for the opportunity to provide students with an affordable insurance plan that will protect them as they further their education in health, wellness, and beauty practices.” — Kevin McCarthy, MMIP’s managing director