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2010 AMT Annual Conference programme announced

Join AMT at our 21st Annual Conference in Canberra! Our conference theme this year is 'This Sporting Life. Find more info on tantric massage London here.

2009 Annual Report

The 2009 AMT Annual Report is now available for download here.....Read more

Annual General Meeting 2010

The AMT Annual General Meeting took place on March 21 in Burwood. With over 70 members in attendance, this was a great opportunity to reflect on the challenges and successes of 2009 and discuss AMT's future involvement in the recently convened inter-association forum.....Read more

Free Student Membership

AMT is pleased to announce that we are now offering free student membership to currently enrolled students with a valid email address.....Read more

Massage relieves post-operative pain following cardiac surgery

In this episode of the ABC's Health Report Dr Brent Bauer, the Director of the Mayo Clinic's Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program, discusses research done at the clinic and in collaboration with others in the area of complementary and integrative medicine.....Read more

AMT Position Statement on Regulation of Massage Therapy

AMT recently took part in an inter-association forum, convened with the aim of establishing common ground and finding ways of working cooperatively on shared agendas. Twenty-two complementary therapy associations were invited to the inaugural forum. These associations represent a broad spectrum of treatment modalities, including Reflexology, Bowen Therapy, Kinesiology, Herbalism, Naturopathy and Homeopathy.....Read more

AAMT Conference in Sydney - May 2010

AAMT is offering a unique experience May 2010 in Sydney for therapists to hear and train with Whitney Lowe, of the Orthopaedic Massage Education and Research institute. The Orthopaedic Massage Program is a comprehensive approach to treating soft tissue dysfunction integrating therapeutic techniques, evaluation and assessment testing. Whitney's sessions at the AAMT conference are not to be missed.....Read more

NSW Code of Conduct for Unregistered Health Professionals comes into effect

From Friday August 1, 2008 all Massage Therapists working in NSW will be required to display a copy of the NSW Code of Conduct for Unregistered Health Professionals in their clinic(s). This new regulation was made as an amendment to the NSW Public Health Act (1991) and applies to all NSW AMT members.....Read more