AMTA's 75th Anniversary

Celebrating 75 Years of Health & Wellness!

The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) is celebrating 75 years of health and wellness! What started as a small group of like-minded, dedicated massage therapy professionals in 1943 has grown to an association with more than 80,000 members—all of whom are just as devoted and dedicated to the profession.

As the largest non-profit association for massage therapists, students and schools, we are celebrating our rich history while looking to the future for exciting advancements.

Have you heard? AMTA is promoting you on the radio!

AMTA has launched a nationwide radio advertising campaign to promote our members and the value of massage therapy! As AMTA celebrates 75 years of health and wellness through massage therapy, this is an excellent opportunity to remind the public how to find an AMTA massage therapist through our Find a Massage Therapist national locator serviceLearn more »

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AMTA: Looking Back, Moving Forward

Seventy-five years of advocacy.
Seventy-five years of community and networking.
Seventy-five years of building a strong foundation for the massage therapy profession.
Seventy-five years of providing our members with the strongest benefits in the profession.


View a timeline of AMTA's history

Brush Up on the History of the Massage Profession

AMTA - Advancing the Massage Therapy Profession in 2017

Massage Therapy Journal celebrates 75 years strong

Get Involved

How has AMTA impacted you? Share your member story!

AMTA is promoting you to consumers! Update or activate your AMTA Find a Massage Therapist locator service profile.

Contact your chapter about local celebrations

Celebrate AMTA's 22nd National Massage Therapy Awareness Week

Stay tuned for more updates about AMTA's 75th Anniversary!

"As a professional member of AMTA, I have found comfort in knowing that all the effort I put into obtaining my massage certification is recognized and protected. AMTA standards validate the profession."

Kim K., AMTA member since 2003