Formed in 1943, The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) is a member-driven professional organization with Chapters in all 50 states and Washington DC.
The mission of the American Massage Therapy Association is to serve AMTA members while advancing the art, science and practice of massage therapy.
- AMTA Membership
- AMTA Code of Ethics
- AMTA History
- Massage Therapy Journal – AMTA’s Quarterly Publication
- Massage Therapy Foundation – advances the knowledge and practice of massage therapy by supporting scientific research, education and community service.
The AMTA Utah Chapter represents more than 800 massage therapists throughout the state of Utah. We work to establish massage therapy as integral to the maintenance of good health and complementary to other therapeutic processes; to advance the profession through ethics and standards, certification, school accreditation, continuing education, professional publications, legislative efforts, public education, and fostering the development of members.
The mission of the Utah Chapter of the American Massage Therapy Association is to advance the art and science of massage therapy as a visible means of treatment and preventative practice; and to foster the professional practice of massage therapy in a virtuous, prudent, and proficient manner so as to maintain the good health and well-being of the citizens of Utah.