AMTA Indiana Chapter Calendar

Aug
26
Thu
2021 National Convention Tampa Florida
Aug 26 – Aug 29 all-day

THESE DATES ARE TENTATIVE, PLEASE WATCH YOUR EMAILS FOR UPDATES AUGUST 2020

Aug
25
Thu
2022 National Convention Cleveland, OH
Aug 25 – Aug 27 all-day

These dates are tentative, please watch for mailing and updates in August 2021

 

 

  • 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:Wednesday, September 30, 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…

  • Call for Candidates

    Posted:Monday, August 3, 2020


    Apply to Serve on the AMTA National Board of Directors by September 15th.Give back to the massage therapy profession by applying to serve on the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) 2021-2023…

  • Massage Consumers and COVID-19

    Posted:Sunday, May 31, 2020


    Amidst all of the uncertainty, massage consumers continue to value the benefits of massage.
    There is no denying that everything is different. No matter where you are in process of navigating the…


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7 months ago

If you want to listen to the annual meeting today, you have to register for it. A few notes:
• You can listen in on audio through your computer or call in with your phone. The instructions should be on the right side of your screen. If you are unable to hear, please contact chapterrelations@amtamassage.org.
• The meeting will include visual presentation of our power point
• All participants will be muted with the exception of the Chapter President and Financial Administrator
• You can listen in on audio through your computer or call in with your phone. The instructions should be on the right side of your screen. If you are unable to hear, please contact chapterrelations@amtamassage.org.
• The meeting will include visual presentation of our power point
• All participants will be muted with the exception of the Chapter President and Financial Administrator
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7 months ago

5/1 update: I am not going to delete this post because it is important information, and that is all that it is. People who work in health settings are confused and are trying to wade through misinformation. This isn't for debate. We all have our own opinions and we respect each and every one of them. Comments are open if you want share your opinion but keep it nice. Use knowledge-based decision making in everything you do.
It has been a pleasure guiding our members. We are AMTA!

I have an answer on our insurance.

The policy 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.

The question remained for Indiana. We do not fit in that category. Are we covered?

INDIANA THERAPIST ARE COVERED if your setting allows you to work.

More information has been added in the comments. AMTA is not telling people to go to work, nor are they telling people to stay home. This post tells you that your insurance is active.
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7 months ago

We have a conference call with National and our lobbyist today. If there is anything you want us to address please comment, message, or email chapter_president@amtaindiana.org
by 2:30pm/EDT

Topic of call is new applications during pandemic and the requirement for "supervised instruction"
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