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The chapter offers free and low cost education as part of your membership. Paid classes – the chapter makes every effort to offer current and quality education at a price point designed to meet the expenses associated with the class. Cancellation Policy... read more

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Did you know as a member of the CT Chapter we offer a program where you can get a CPR certificate online at a GREAT value. The National CPR Foundation offers a variety of online classes varying from CPR, to CPR/First Aid/AED. Most classes are under $20.00... read more

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On Friday, April 26, 2019, the CT Chapter will have a Volunteer Appreciation and Awards Reception at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Bristol CT 5:30-7:30pm Active members from the Sports Massage Team, Community Service Massage Team, Community Service Massage ... read more

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I love this quote because, for me, it embodies the art of massage therapy. We all know the same basic strokes and techniques, but each individual therapist puts their own “spin” on it. So as beautifully independent and diverse as we are, we are also i... read more

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October 21, 2018 11:00 AM─1:00 PM Hilton Garden Inn, Shelton, CT Massage Law Updates After introducing your Chapter Leaders, those who volunteer at the national level, and our new members, our GR Chair, Nikki Arel, reviewed massage law updates: As of 10... read more

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We have made many changes to CT Conference. The Annual Chapter Meeting will be held on Saturday at lunch, and will be a one-hour meeting.  Christopher Deery, President of AMTA will be our guest speaker. Friday evening will be a reception and awards prese... read more

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April 25-28, 2019 We have a great variety of classes this year from Thursday evening to Sunday morning.  Joe Muscolino will be teaching 18 hours of hands on classes.  We are offering two very different ethics classes on Thursday evening and Sunday morni... read more

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This year, AMTA had their National Convention in Washington, DC and this year was the first year that the AOD (assembly of delegates) commenced. This was also the first year that all delegates would be sitting at round tables instead of delegates separate... read more

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By Maureen Stott This was the first year of the Assembly of Delegates (AOD) and also the first year for the Assembly of Delegates Advisory Committee (AODAC). Prior to this year, delegates gathered for the House of Delegates (HOD). Transitioning to the fir... read more

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By Nikki Arel, Delegate and Government Relations Chair This year, as a member of the AOD (Assembly of Delegates) I was filled with anticipation, excitement and a little bit of confusion.  If you were at the July meeting, you had some familiarity with the... read more