2023 AMTA-NY Convention “Touch of Inspiration”
100 Onondaga St. Syracuse
May 5, 2023—May 7, 2023
The 2023 AMTA-NY state convention will be held on May 5-7, 2023, in Downtown Syracuse, NY. This year’s Convention theme: “Touch of Inspiration” is perfectly named as we unite and learn from one another. Every therapist has an origin story, and there will be many opportunities to share yours. What made you want to be a massage therapist? What motivates you and keeps you seeking information? Find your purpose as you reach out and connect with friends and other therapists.
This year’s list of education includes a 20-hour Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT) certification from Nathan Fay representing Eric Dalton’s Freedom From Pain Institute, and Upledger’s 24 credit hour Craniosacral Level 1 Certification. There are also classes for many modalities including several 4- and 8-hour classes to choose from that are either hands on or lecture format.
There will be hands on learning, networking events and our annual business luncheon held on Friday. On Saturday night come together and celebrate at the awards banquet and a dance that is all included with your full conference purchase.
This will be an exciting experience as we come together to celebrate all things that inspire us as a community of Health Care Providers. I look forward to seeing you in Syracuse, NY in May.
Click here to:
–See the 2023 AMTA-NY Convention at-a-Glance: the convention schedule, classes and instructor
–AMTA 2023 Convention printable Registration Form
-Register for the convention
–Book your room at the Marriott
Register by April 3 to take advantage of the early rate.
Members: Before April 3-$380, after- $430
Non-Members: Before April 3- $480, after-$530
Students: Before April 3- $300, after-$335
*Please note, there is an additional $50 charge for the Craniosacral Level 1 Certification class as it’s 24 CE’s.
COVID Precautions and Safety:
To ensure the safety and health of all attendees and volunteers, attendees will be required to adhere to the most current CDC recommendations as well as state, local, and venue requirements in effect at the time of the event.