We celebrate the accomplishments of our AMTA members through annual awards!
We encourage you to nominate an Indiana AMTA member that is a peer peer, colleague, coworker, friend, or yourself for one of the awards below.
Congratulations 2022 State Recipients:
Meritorious: Kimberly Pucka
Sports Achiever: Micah Schaefer
Humanitarian: Terri Brandt and Rachel Searcy
Government Relations Activist: Michelle Bailey
New Volunteer of the Year: Nichole Fowler
This chapter recognizes the following awards:
Chapter winners are forwarded to National AMTA for consideration of national recognition.
A Massage Therapist who demonstrates the ‘heart’ of massage through volunteer work, which may or may not include massage, done in the larger community, including but not limited to: charity, church, supporting the arts, working with children, disabled, needy, sick, homeless, elderly, community outreach to populations for who massage is otherwise difficult to obtain; fundraising for same, consciousness raising, relief effort
Sports Achiever Award:
A Massage Therapist who demonstrates accomplishments in the area of sports massage, including but is not limited to: accomplishments that enhance the visibility, prestige, and acceptance of sports massage and sports massage therapists to the general public and the other components of the sports community
This award, which honors an individual by acknowledging diligence in volunteerism accomplished in an altruistic manner, is the highest award bestowed upon an AMTA member by a chapter.
- Qualifications: Active member in AMTA for at least one (1) year
Government Relations Activist:
Honor an AMTA member who has achieved exceptional accomplishments at the chapter and/or national level in government relations activities.
New Volunteer of the Year Award:
AMTA wants to honor and recognize new volunteers along with their dedication to their chapters. Chapters can nominate one volunteer who has been a chapter member for at least two years and has volunteered for the chapter for at least one year.