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Welcome visitors and fellow massage therapists!

Thank you for dropping by.  We are a group volunteers who love massage therapy and who are dedicated to making a difference in the evolution of our profession.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, our board members – Terri Barton, Board Member; Jane Johnson, Board Member; Erika Larson, Financial Administrator; Toni Roberts, Secretary; and myself, Vivian Etheridge, President – can usually respond the same day. Click here for our contact information.

Meanwhile, please browse our calendar for class information and meeting dates.  All massage therapists are welcome.

Good health,

Vivian Etheridge, Chapter President

AMTA Georgia Chapter Calendar

  • AMTA 2019 Year in Review

    Posted:Tuesday, January 14, 2020


    We are excited about all that is coming in 2020 for our members and the profession. So much was accomplished last year because of AMTA members like you. These achievements…

  • Top 5 AMTA Member Benefits of 2019

    Posted:Monday, December 16, 2019


    Are you taking advantage of your benefits as an AMTA member?    These were the top AMTA membership benefits of 2019! 1. Massage Warehouse Discount | Save up to 30% Every Day + Flat…

  • 2019 AMTA National Election Results Are In!

    Posted:Wednesday, December 4, 2019


    Tellers Report – New National Board of Directors  AMTA is happy to announce that 94.6% of Professional Members voting in the AMTA National Board Election approved the slate of new…

  • New Fibromyalgia + Massage Video CE Course

    Posted:Tuesday, November 19, 2019


    Fibromyalgia affects roughly 4 million U.S. adults. Women are twice as likely to have the condition as men, along with people who have autoimmune conditions. Explore how massage therapy can help…