• AMTA National Elections: Vote By December 1

    Posted:Monday, November 16, 2020

    Beginning November 16 and continuing through December 1, all professional members of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) are encouraged to vote for a slate of 5 members for the AMTA…

  • New CE: Pregnancy and Massage Advanced Practice

    Posted:Thursday, October 1, 2020

    Pregnancy often brings life transitions and a new set of challenges. During this time, women experience anatomical, physiological and psychological changes.
    Even with the need for increased awareness and a more in-depth understanding of…

  • From AMTA Nationals

    Posted:Monday, July 27, 2020

    We appreciate you staying engaged with our chapter and this gives us an opportunity to maintain a sense of community, […]

  • AMTA-WY 2020 Annual Meeting-Virtual

    Posted:Wednesday, July 15, 2020

    Dear AMTA-Wyoming Chapter Member,

    Given the social distancing parameters in our state, we will be conducting our […]

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Elections are about to start!!!

This year we will vote for president, secretary, both board members, and both delegates. If you are interested in the fun and connection that working with a team brings, go to the website for more information.

Applications for the open positions will start being accepted April 27th.

For more information on how to apply please follow this link Call for Candidates:
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Here is an interesting piece that was released on April 20th, 2020. These ladies tackle some big questions that a lot of us massage therapists have had on our minds.

The Healing Cocoon & Massage Therapy Radio Present Ruth Werner, Diana Thompson and Melanie Hayden as they dive into a conversation about what the future might look like for massage and bodywork professionals once the restrictions on practice are lifted.

They talk about Covid 19 as a devastating and highly communicable disease, how to audit and prepare your treatment room, an addition to your intake form and taking extra care with your charting.
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A note from National:

"AMTA's liability insurance, provided through HPSO, requires that covered AMTA members are appropriately licensed to provide professional services and that they comply with state, federal, and facility guidelines relative to scope of practice and practice setting.

If there is a government order that mandates non-essential businesses close, and massage therapy is not considered essential in that governmental jurisdiction, then the therapist would be practicing outside of the governmental order, guidance, law or regulation; and coverage would be excluded in the event of a claim.

Call HPSO with specific questions about AMTA's coverage: 1-888-253-1474."
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