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<p>The [http://www.camtc.org/ '''New California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC)]''' was established to evaluate qualifications of massage therapists and issue certifications in the State of California. There are two levels of certification: CMT (Certified Massage Therapist) and CMP (Certified Massage Practitioner). The levels of certification relates to the amount of education the massage therapist has completed. The CMT category requires 500 hours of massage education and the CMP category requires 250 hours.</p><br>     
<p>The [http://www.camtc.org/ '''New California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC)]''' was established to evaluate qualifications of massage therapists and issue certifications in the State of California. There are two levels of certification: CMT (Certified Massage Therapist) and CMP (Certified Massage Practitioner). The levels of certification relates to the amount of education the massage therapist has completed. The CMT category requires 500 hours of massage education and the CMP category requires 250 hours.</p><br>     
   
   
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'''The California Massage Therapy Council'''<br>
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'''<font color="#4AA02C">The California Massage Therapy Council</font color="#4AA02C">'''<br>
One Capitol Mall, Suite 320<br>
One Capitol Mall, Suite 320<br>
Sacramento, ca 95814<br>
Sacramento, ca 95814<br>
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<p>Consumers may call the Association for information about membership and continuing education.</p><br>
<p>Consumers may call the Association for information about membership and continuing education.</p><br>
    
    
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'''American Massage Therapy Association California Office'''<br>
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'''<font color="#4AA02C">American Massage Therapy Association California Office</font color="#4AA02C">'''<br>
1007B W. College Avenue #405<br>
1007B W. College Avenue #405<br>
Santa Rosa, CA 95401<br>
Santa Rosa, CA 95401<br>
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(707) 824-1147 (outside California) <br>
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(707) 824-1147<br>
(707) 824-0998 Fax<br>
(707) 824-0998 Fax<br>
[http://amta-ca.org '''amta-ca.org''']<br>
[http://amta-ca.org '''amta-ca.org''']<br>
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[[Physical Therapists|Physical Therapists]]<br>   
[[Physical Therapists|Physical Therapists]]<br>   

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MASSAGE THERAPY

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The New California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC) was established to evaluate qualifications of massage therapists and issue certifications in the State of California. There are two levels of certification: CMT (Certified Massage Therapist) and CMP (Certified Massage Practitioner). The levels of certification relates to the amount of education the massage therapist has completed. The CMT category requires 500 hours of massage education and the CMP category requires 250 hours.


The California Massage Therapy Council
One Capitol Mall, Suite 320
Sacramento, ca 95814
(916) 669-5336
www.camtc.org
Email - camtc@amgroup.us


Consumers may call the Association for information about membership and continuing education.


American Massage Therapy Association California Office
1007B W. College Avenue #405
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
(707) 824-1147
(707) 824-0998 Fax
amta-ca.org


See Also:
Physical Therapists



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