There’s Still Time for You to Make Plans for the AMTA 2017 Convention, Sept. 14 – 16 in Pasadena, CA
There’s still time to make your plans to get to Pasadena, CA, for the AMTA 2017 National Convention!
And sight-see while you’re there: Just northeast of downtown Los Angeles, Old Pasadena is in the center of the city, is a historic walking district with shopping and dining, and famous for its Victorian and art deco architecture.
Other sights and things to see include The Gamble House, considered a fascinating example of American Arts and Crafts style architecture; the Norton Simon Museum, a 30-year assembling of incredible global art founded by industrialist Norton Simon (1907–1993); and the natural beauty of Eaton Canyon.
While online registration has closed for the AMTA 2017 National Convention, it’s not too late to attend!
Join your peers at the premier event for massage therapists taking place Sept. 14-16 in Pasadena, California! On-site registration opens Wednesday, Sept. 13 at the Pasadena Convention Center.
Multiple ticket options are still available!
- Full Convention Registration: Earn 18+ NCBTMB-approved continuing education credits from world-class instructors
- Day Pass: Take up to 8.5 CE credits in a single day, available Wednesday, Sept. 13 through Saturday, Sept. 16
- Exhibit Hall Pass: Gain access to the massage industry’s most extensive marketplace open Sept. 14-16.
Don’t Miss Out on Inspiring Speakers
Don’t forget! Fitness expert Shaun T will be joining us on Thursday, Sept. 14, for Opening Session. Closing Session attendees will learn about the science of happiness from TED speaker Shawn Achor on Saturday, Sept. 16.
Secure your spot at AMTA National Convention by signing up at the AMTA Registration Desk starting at 11am on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Getting To AMTA National Convention
What Last Year’s AMTA National Convention Attendees are Saying
“Very energizing and inspiring.”
“The presenters were excellent: engaging, knowledgeable, accessible.”
“Everything was wonderful! The camaraderie that I felt was very nice.”
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