PROUD MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN MASSAGE THERAPY ASSOCIATION
Graduation from a minimum 500 in-class hour, entry-level massage therapy school. Proof of current state license certification by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and bodywork. Additionally, AMTA members adhere to a professionally recognized CODE OF ETHICS and standards of practice, and are committed to continuing their professional education and development.
NATIONAL CERTIFICATION OF BOARD FOR THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE AND BODYWORK
In short, Board Certification is the highest voluntary credential in the massage therapy and bodywork profession. This credential requires fulfilling additional qualifications—including more education, hands-on experience and a background check—ensuring therapists achieving this credential have the proper foundation to better serve their clients and demonstrate a commitment to raising the standards of the profession that have remained stagnant for the past twenty years.