Massage for Active Seniors


A growing population of aging adults receive massage therapy as part of their integrated care to temper aches and pains, tackle chronic pain and aid in long-term care.1

Online Course: Massage for Active Seniors

2 CE Hours

Learn massage methods to help ensure older clients remain in good shape for years to come. Examine the concerns and needs of seniors with health issues, inactive seniors, active seniors and competitive seniors or seniors who are professional athletes.

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Kim K., AMTA member since 2003

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AMTA has long been the leading choice among massage therapists looking to establish themselves within the profession. We provide our members with the strongest benefits and promote massage therapy to the public and health care community.

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