AMT are on the lookout for new contributors to the blog and would love to hear from you, our members. We know that there is a wealth of information, stories and experiences out there that your fellow members would find valuable so we want to give you the platform to contribute to your industry association publication. Writing a blog article can seem daunting at first, especially if you haven’t written in this format before. So this blog is a blog about how to write a blog for AMT.Continue Reading →
October is Breast Cancer awareness month. 1 in 7 women and 1 in 500 men in Australia will experience it in their lifetime.
In this blog, one member shares some of the impacts a diagnosis had on her and shares some insights as to how you can help your clients who have been on this journey as well.
Client records are not just something required for health funds. Every treatment, regardless of the type or duration must be appropriately documented.
Find out more about what is required in this blog.
In the words of Harry Truman “it is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit”. After 26 years involvement with AMT, we say goodbye to Rebecca Barnett, appropriately in the Blog that she started back in 2017.Continue Reading →
AMT is excited to announce the release of our ground breaking Social Media Standard that has been designed to empower massage therapists across Australia in maintaining professional and ethical standards while engaging on social media platforms.
Learn more about the evolution of the Standard and how it relates to your massage business.Continue Reading →
The cost of living pressure has caused a downturn in bookings for many therapists.
AMT member Youjung Suh shares some ideas about how she changes down time to done time!
Confused about what professional indemnity insurance covers? AMT’s preferred insurer tackles some common queries and provides some real-world examples of claims against massage therapists.Continue Reading →
As AMT member, Clare Carey, moves into a new chapter in her career, she reflects on the therapeutic relationships that massage therapists build with their clients.Continue Reading →
“As massage therapists, our role extends beyond the physical manipulation of muscles – we have the power to create a space where clients can truly feel seen, accepted, and comfortable in their own skin.”
Join newly-minted AMT director, Melissa Woodward, as she unpacks how massage therapists can create body-positive spaces for their clients.Continue Reading →
In this instalment of the blog, we publish the Chairperson’s report from the 2023 AMT Annual General Meeting. And we say au revoir to a friend …Continue Reading →