AMTA

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AcronymDefinition
AMTAAmerican Massage Therapy Association
AMTAAssociation for Machine Translation in the Americas
AMTAAustralian Mobile Telecommunications Association
AMTAAmerican Music Therapy Association
AMTAAmerican Mock Trial Association
AMTAAntenna Measurement Techniques Association
AMTAAmerican Mobile Telecommunications Association
AMTAAmerican Membrane Technology Association (formerly American Desalting Association)
AMTAAgricultural Market Transition Act
AMTAAlberta Motor Transport Association
AMTAAlabama Music Teachers Association
AMTAAdvanced Medical Technology Association
AMTAAtlantic Marine Trades Association
AMTAAlabama-Mississippi Telecommunications Association
AMTAAgency for Coordinating Mekong Tourism Activities (Vietnam)
AMTAAmerican Massage Therapists Association
AMTAAtlanta Metro Travel Association
AMTAAdvanced Manufacturing Technology Association
AMTAAmerican Monster Truck Association
AMTAAmerican Methadone Treatment Association, Inc.
AMTAAmerican Muscle Truck Association
AMTAAlaska Music Teachers Association
AMTAAgricultural Management Training in Africa
AMTAArlington Music Teachers' Association
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American Massage Therapy Association (2009a): Glossary of massage terms.
He received intensive training in massage for cancer patients from Tracy Walton, a nationally known teacher and author in the field, and he is a graduate of the advanced massage therapy course at Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy and a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association.
To find a trained and qualified therapist in your area, call the American Massage Therapy Association at 1-888-843-2682 or visit their Web site at www.
To find a competent, trained, and qualified therapist in your area, call the American Massage Therapy Association at 1-888-843-2682 or visit its Web site at www.
There are between 120,000 and 150,000 massage therapists in the United States, according to the American Massage Therapy Association.
Delegates lined up for gourmet coffee at the Waste Management display, stopped for stress relief at the American Massage Therapy Association booth, and putted for prizes and had luggage nametags made from their business cards at numerous exhibits.
According to the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), visits to massage therapists increased by 13 percent last year.
Nancy Vandeveer suggests choosing a therapist who belongs to the American Massage Therapy Association, an organization with strict standards for membership and a code of ethics.
Elsewhere find a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).
In a recent survey commissioned by the American Massage Therapy Association [R], more than one in five adults surveyed (21 percent) received a massage within the past 12 months.
According to the American Massage Therapy Association, 27 percent of all Americans reported having massages in the past five years, but Dr.
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