Massage Therapy Schools look to AMTA

The month of March is a busy month for a massage therapy association interested in supporting and educating busy massage therapists in the U.S.

Massage therapy schools and students often look to the American Massage Therapy Association for insight into the industry, including understanding the latest trends in massage and new techniques that are developed through medical and scientific research.

For students looking to find unique classes or professionals who want to learn a new modality, the AMTA is often the first stop in their search for opportunities local to them. Membership is not required to use the resources on their site, but will grant access to publications, liability insurance for licensed massage therapists, and other unique benefits.

The AMTA massage therapy network is comprised of massage therapy schools from around the country and lists most of the courses available from those organizations on the AMTA website. In addition to massage therapy classes, the website also lists volunteer opportunities and events hosted by member organizations.

The community is offering online and in-class training opportunities and seminars throughout the year, with a busy schedule in the month of March. Massage therapy classes include certification courses in KT3 Kinesio and Australian Bush Flower Essence.

The massage therapy classes are offered throughout the country and include a vast array of massage therapy topics to help professionals expand their massage skills and modalities arsenal. This weekend, students can attend classes on interesting topics such as “Thai Reflexology with Bamboo Stick” in Chicago, IL or opt for the “Theory and Practice of Reiki Healing” class in Scottsdale, AZ.

Recently, the AMTA released its annual report on the massage therapy industry, which provides plenty of information to licensed professionals, students, and massage therapy schools. Massage therapy schools often look to the AMTA for indications of class updates that may be required as well as the success of professionals in the marketplace.

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    Massage Therapy Schools look to AMTA…

    As an industry leading organization, the AMTA is useful for massage therapy schools, students, and professionals….

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    Massage Therapy Schools look to AMTA…

    As an industry leading organization, the AMTA is useful for massage therapy schools, students, and professionals….