Earn a Year's Worth of the Highest Quality CE


AMTA Convention CE

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Earn a year's worth of the highest quality CE hours you can find in massage therapy at the AMTA 2019 National Convention. Our continuing education is rigorously vetted, meaning we take the extra steps to submit for CE approval to NCBTMB and each state, as required. 

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Working with Text Neck: A Digital Age Epidemic with Jessica Crow

The average person texts and scrolls on their smartphone for at least 5 hours per day. When the head is tilted down for long periods of time, this overtaxes the neck muscles. Learn how to educate your clients about "Text Neck," and the tools they can use in daily life to increase the benefits of their massage sessions with you. Earn 2 CE credits.

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Therapeutic Strategies for Surgeries, Scars and Burns (Hands-on with table) with Pete Whitridge

Deepen your skills by exploring how massage can affect traumatic/surgical scars and burns. Find out what happens to scars at a cellular level during massage. Learn how scars can impact clients both physically and emotionally, and the effects of touch on the human body. Earn 6 CE credits.

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Myofascial Release for Plantar Fasciitis (Hands-on) with Garry Adkins

Explore how myofascial release, an indirect, gentle approach can help relieve plantar fasciitis. Gain hands-on experience, and learn how this technique can aid in alleviating pain, enhancing athletic performance, and increasing flexibility. Explore how massage therapy can benefit this condition, even in severe cases. Earn 4 CE credits. 

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"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

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