Welcome to AMTA-NC
The American Massage Therapy Association represents more than 58,000 massage therapists in 27 countries, including over 2200 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.
April 19, 2018 BMBT Public Hearing for Proposed Rules & Regulations
Please feel free to use the following link to utilize a template to address your concerns or suggestions regarding proposed rules and regulations to be addressed at the April 19, 2018 BMBT meeting. Please mail your concerns and suggestions to the BMBT as addressed on the template. Public Hearing Concerns & Suggestions Template Link
To learn more about the proposed Rules and Regulations: Proposed Rules & Regulations Information
2018 AMTA-NC Fall Conference
September 29-30, 2018 | Morehead City, NC - Crystal Cove Civic Center (Mark your Calendars! - Information to be added later)
2019 AMTA-NC State Convention
March 29-31, 2019 | Statesville, NC
Sue Kent is Coming to UNCW April 11-12, 2018!
Sue Kent is the first person in the UK, and some say the world, to become certified in sports massage using only her feet. She has had to adapt to this type of massage due to her mother’s use of Thalidomide when pregnant. Sue’s arms are only 8 inches long and her hands have no thumbs.
Stay up-to-date with local massage news and articles from NC members.
What I most like about being a massage therapist is being able to help people and being able to promote their health. I am Cindy and I am AMTA because I matter.