AMTA's Holiday Hours

Happy Holidays

Give the Gift of Massage Therapy This Holiday Season 

Massage Therapy Makes a Great Gift »
Are you searching for the perfect gift for friends and family this holiday season? Share the health benefits of massage therapy by giving a gift certificate.  

3 Tips to Overcome Holiday Stress »
While its called the "season of joy" this time of year can be busy and taxing. Here are a few tips to overcome stress during the holidays. 

Free Massage Therapy Gift Certificate Template »
AMTA members can download a free customizable gift certificate template to use in their massage therapy practice. Please remember to log in to access the template.

AMTA's Office will be closed December 23-25, and January 1.

During this time, feel free to catch up on our latest issue of Massage Therapy Journal featuring topics on massage for shoulder pain and plantar fasciitis.

If you need end-of-the-year CE credits, try one of these brand new AMTA courses, adding to the 80+ online course choices

Fibromyalgia + Massage Online Video Course  | 3.0 Credit Hours »
In this new video course by Julie Goodwin, learn massage techniques to help relieve the symptoms of fibromyalgia. Understand how the condition is diagnosed, the population most often affected, and how to create an optimal care plan

IMTRC: Addressing the Opioid Epidemic with Massage Therapy | 2.0 Credit Hours »
As the United States struggles with an epidemic of opioid use and its devastating effects, it's important to consider the role massage therapy can play in pain management. In this new online video course, hear leading experts discuss integrative strategies to address the current opioid crisis, and learn about the innovative research on the horizon.

As always, self-service functions will be available by signing into your account online

We hope you have a wonderful holiday season! 

"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