The American Massage Therapy Association represents more than 58,000 massage therapists in 27 countries, including almost 1700 in the state of North Carolina. The AMTA works to establish massage therapy as an integral part to the maintenance of good health and complementary to other therapeutic protocols; fostering the development of members through the advancement of the profession through continuing education, ethical standards, certification, school accreditation, professional publications, legislative efforts, and public education.
Looking for ways to make a difference?
Take advantage of this unique benefit of AMTA membership and directly impact the future of your profession… and your community! You’ll meet great people, have fun and learn about yourself through volunteering.
Education and Community
Needing ways to keep up or expand your skills?
Staying up to date on the latest modalities, techniques and required content is vital to your continued success. AMTA makes it easy to connect with peers and clients while updating your skills and knowledge. Learn and network both on-site and online.
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Find information you'll need to take your business skills to the next level, take that next step on your career path, better market the practice you've worked hard to build, and take care of clients and yourself.
What members say
"I love AMTA's continuing education and the camaraderie of being in an association. I am Ladonna and I am a member of the AMTA because of the professionalism and the education. I AM AMTA."
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