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The AMTA Florida Chapter Annual meeting offers an exciting opportunity for it’s members to take advantage of  free education, network with colleagues over lunch, and hear the news from the Florida Chapter Board.

Whether you’ve been attending these for decades or it’s your first time, join us!!  We are excited to provide a great atmosphere for all to learn and connect.


  • 7am: Registration Opens
  • 8am – 11am: CE classes (read below for detailed information.  Choose classes when registering.)
  • 11:30pm – 1:30pm: Complimentary Lunch buffet catered by the Rosen Plaza, meeting, voting results and candidate installation
  • 2pm – 5pm: CE classes continued (read below for detailed information. Choose your desired class below.)


Guest room discounted rate $109.00 (subject to availability): Call the Rosen Plaza Reservation Department at 407-996-9700 or call toll-free at 800-627-8258. (Free Parking for attending AMTA members.)

Request the group rate for the American Massage Therapy Association. Individuals are responsible for payment of room, tax and Incidental charges. Departure dates will be reconfirmed upon check-in. Any adjustments to departure dates should be made at that time. Shortened lengths of stay, thereafter, will result in a $50.00 administrative fee, plus applicable taxes and surcharge.

Check out the classes!

Educator: Ron Falcon, LMT

CE’s: 6

Description: This class combines Western Reflexology with East Asian foot massage. The result is a fabulous foot massage that can also be used to assess and treat the entire body. Material covered includes.

  • Reflexology organ and skeletal associations
  • Ki energy meridians and acu-points
  • Hands on warm up and basic treatment protocol

What to bring:

  1. massage table
  2. sheets
  3. oil or lotion
  4. sanitation supplies
  5. notepad and pen/pencil

Educator: Jesse Salmon

CE’s: 6

Description: Therapists will learn the art & science of Traditional Thai bodywork designed for the massage chair.  They will learn the philosophy of combining Thai techniques with stretching/ROM.  They will learn to use their forearms/feet/knee as the primary tools

What to bring:

  1. massage chair
  2. Therapists will need to wear comfortable/stretchable attire
  3. writing instrument

(Class Pending Contract Approval)

Educator: Julie Donnelly, LMT

CE’s: 6

Description:  A unique method of osteopathic muscular therapy that allows clients to remained clothed so treatment can be given at any public venue or private location. Oil is not used, and there is minimal use of thumbs. More than just isolated techniques, this session of JMOMT focuses on the treatment of specific conditions such as whiplash, headaches, rotator cuff injury, low back pain, sciatica, hip/knee pain and plantar fasciitis.

What to bring:

  1. massage table
  2. sheets
  3. face cradle cover
  4. wear comfortable, loose clothes