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American Massage Therapy Association Exams - CE Hours


The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) does not approve continuing education courses. Rather, AMTA provides a definition of the types of courses that are acceptable for the AMTA CE requirement. It is the member’s responsibility to ensure that a course meets the AMTA definition and to ensure a course meets any state licensing requirements for continuing education. 

Resources that meet the CE requirement for AMTA Professional Active membership must be directly related to massage therapy, be provided by responsible sponsorship, and be presented by qualified instructors. These include home study courses that include an assessment such as online courses.


Find the course that you have completed and then click on the link to access the reflective learning exam. 

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In order to authorise your account, you will be asked for the email address that you used when you ordered your course.


Advanced Foot Massage 
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Advanced Hand Massage 
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Anatomy of Exercise and Movement  Click Here
Anatomy of Pain 
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Anatomy of Pain for Exercise Professionals  Click Here
Anatomy of Sports Injuries 
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Anatomy of Stretching 
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Bowen Technique Foundation Course Click Here
Clinical Reasoning and Assessment Click Here
Clinical Vacuum Cupping Click Here
Contemporary Approach to Low Back Pain Click Here
Corrective Exercise Solutions for Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunction 
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Cupping for the Modern Practitioner Click Here
Dry Needling / Medical Acupuncture
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Evaluating and Treating Chronic Neck Pain Click Here
Fascial Release for Structural Balance 
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Functional Anatomy of The Pelvis and SIJ 
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Fusion Massage for Sciatica Click Here
Fusion Massage for Tension Headache Click Here
Healing Massage 
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Healing Through Trigger Point Therapy Click Here
Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITB) 
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Integrating Pilates Principles Click Here
Mind Body Healing Click Here
Muscle Energy Techniques 
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Introduction to Medical Cannabis Click Here
NAT Myofascial Trigger Point Course - Dry Needling
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NAT Level 1 Certification  Click Here
Oncology Massage  Click Here
Olympic Lifting for Strength and Speed  Click Here
Pilates for Massage and Manual Therapists Click Here
Pilates for Menopause Click Here
Pregnancy Massage Click Here
Soccer Specifics  Click Here
Soft Tissue Release 
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Spa Cupping Foundation Click Here
Taping for Trigger Points 
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The Vital Psoas 
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Treating Common Headaches 
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Treating Elbow and Wrist Pain 
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Treating Frozen Shoulder 
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Treating Hip Pain and Dysfunction 
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Treating Lower Back Pain 
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Treating Runner's Knee 
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Treating Sciatic Pain 
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Treating Spondylolisthesis 
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Treating the Complex Shoulder 
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Treating the Rotator Cuff 
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Treating TMJ Disorders  Click Here
Trigger Point Theory 
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Trigger Point Therapy Diploma Click Here
Trigger Point Therapy for Horses Click Here
Understanding and Treating Peripheral Nerve Entrapments
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Understanding and Treating the Vital Glutes 
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Understanding Posture  Click Here
Yoga Anatomy for Trigger Points Click Here

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