Featured Hands-On CE Sessions at AMTA's National Convention
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AMTA recently attended the Annual Coalition on Voices for Non-Opioid Choices. We partner with this group to help increase access to non-opioid therapies ..read more
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Keynote Speaker, Dolly Chugh to Kick off the AMTA National Convention
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3w ago
AMTA supports the Title IV schools initiative in Georgia to boost educational hours as a solution to the new rule imposed by the Department of Education ..read more
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A Message to AMTA Volunteers
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3w ago
What makes AMTA stand apart is that it is volunteer-led by your massage therapy peers. We appreciate our volunteers and honor their hard work during April with a special message from our national board president ..read more
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AMTA 2024 National Convention: Registration Now Open
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2M ago
In celebration of Women's History Month, enhance your massage therapy practice with five trending CE courses authored by leading female educators ..read more
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AMTA 2024 National Convention
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2M ago
Gather with the largest community of massage therapists in the country this September 12th-14th in Tampa, Florida ..read more
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AMTA's Position on the Interstate Massage Compact (IMpact)
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4M ago
AMTA recently received a request to clarify our position on the Interstate Massage Compact (IMpact).What is the Interstate Massage Compact (IMpact)? The Interstate Massage Compact's (IMpact) purpose is to support the mobility of licensed massage therapists across the country and to ease the existing burdens of license portability. While AMTA supports greater mobility for massage therapists through use of an interstate compact, we are concerned with the barriers and restrictions currently in the IMpact that could impose unnecessary hurdles and exclude many licensed massage therapists from immed ..read more
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Federal Funding for Massage Schools at Risk Across the U.S.
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6M ago
On October 31, 2023, the U.S. Department of Education (DoE) released its final rule on Financial Responsibility, Administrative Capability, Certification Procedures, Ability To Benefit (ATB). This will have a substantial impact on the educational landscape within our massage therapy profession, most significantly the elimination of the 150% rule. What is the 150% Rule? The current rule allows for massage schools and programs to provide clock hours up to 150% above the state minimum requirements for licensure, without having any negative impact on the student's eligibility to receive Title IV F ..read more
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AMTA's National Massage Therapy Awareness Week (NMTAW)
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7M ago
Celebrate with us all week long on social media and take advantage of our special promotions. AMTA's National Massage Therapy Awareness Week® (NMTAW) is a dedicated week for massage therapists across the U.S. to celebrate and promote the health and wellness benefits of massage therapy with their clients and community. We hope you will join us on social media all week long and take advantage of our special NMTAW promotions. 1. Share Resources on Massage for Health & Wellness with Your Clients We will be sharing resources throughout the week on social media, highlighting the many health and ..read more
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Cupping CE Courses
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7M ago
Discover how to integrate cupping techniques into your massage therapy practice. Cupping therapy has been known to help relieve pain and ease the symptoms of chronic conditions such as arthritis, GI disorders, as well as headaches and migraines. Take advantage of our NCBTMB-approved online course CE series which explores how implementing cupping therapy into your massage practice can help your clients achieve improved health outcomes. ]]> ..read more
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Cupping CE Series
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8M ago
Discover how to integrate cupping techniques into your massage therapy practice. Cupping therapy has been known to help relieve pain and ease the symptoms of chronic conditions such as arthritis, GI disorders, as well as headaches and migraines. Take advantage of our NCBTMB-approved online course CE series which explores how implementing cupping therapy into your massage practice can help your clients achieve improved health outcomes. ]]> ..read more
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