Learn to Work with Your Massage Clients in a New Way with Fascial Therapy

Take In-Depth Continuing Education in Fascial Therapy

If your clients have postural inefficiencies, movement dysfunction, or scar tissue, they may benefit from fascial therapy. Complete AMTA’s Fascial Therapy Continuing Education Program to learn the art and science of fascial therapy while earning up to 19 CE credits.

Our NCBTMB-approved program includes three online courses that you can take from anywhere with an internet connection.

Successfully complete all three online CE courses and the hands-on workshop to receive a Certificate of Completion.

Online Courses

Fascial Therapy: The Science of Fascia

$60 members / $100 nonmembers | 4.0 credit hours

Massage therapists take a comprehensive look at fascia, its formation and makeup, and how restrictions can occur.

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Fascial Therapy: Benefits & Contraindications for Massage Clients

$45 members / $75 nonmembers | 3.0 credit hours

Learn how to identify fascial restrictions and where its dysfunctions appear. Get  information on contraindications for fascial therapy and how to make assessments and plan treatment for massage therapy clients with fascial restrictions. 

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Fascial Therapy: Techniques for Massage Therapists

$60 members / $100 nonmembers | 4.0 credit hours

Find out why fascial therapy is successful through anatomical reasons, and how to choose the best technique to help your massage therapy clients. 

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Save The Date for the AMTA National Convention

Join us next October 24-26 in Indianapolis, IN at the largest massage therapy conference in the United States! 

The AMTA 2019 National Convention will offer over 30 continuing education sessions to choose from including fascial therapy. Attendees can earn 18+ rigorously-vetted continuing education hours. 

Check back this spring for more AMTA 2019 National Convention details!

"AMTA and my chapter have already given me back so much
that I cannot believe I ever considered another group."

Chris B., AMTA member since 2012