Promote your Practice on AMTA’s Find a Massage Therapist® National Locator Service

AMTA Professional members receive a free profile at Promote your practice by creating or updating your profile.

Don't Miss Out on Free Advertising from AMTA

List your massage practice on AMTA’s Find a Massage Therapist® national locator service!

Through multi-media advertising, AMTA drives consumers to our locator service while promoting the benefits of massage and the importance of using an AMTA member massage therapist. 

Related: AMTA is promoting you on the Radio!

Whether you already have your own website or not, it's still beneficial to list your massage practice to take advantage of AMTA's regular advertising.

If you work for an employer you can still create a profile! Just use your employer's contact information, and tell clients to ask for you when booking.

Create or manage your profile on

Learn more about the benefits of joining AMTA.

“I just got a new client from the listing I have here [on Find a Massage Therapist locator service]. It pays for my membership!” - Carole J.

"I got a regular client from [my profile on]." - Jody H.

Employ massage therapists? Learn more about AMTA Supporting membership.

How to build your profile on

If you do not have a profile, opt-in to take advantage of this AMTA Professional member benefit in a few easy steps:

  1. Log in to AMTA's website to access the profile manager
  2. Check the box that says "Opt-in to the Find a Massage Therapist Search"
  3. Fill out information about your massage practice, including contact information, qualifications and (optional) professional photo. (Note: you can hide your street address from searches)
  4. Create a vanity link to easily direct potential clients to your profile (example:
  5. View your new public profile, and check back regularly to keep your information up-to-date for potential massage clients.

Create or manage your profile on

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"It's nice to know that I am part of an organization that is backing me 100 percent."

Kristie W., AMTA member since 2011