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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become certified to offer continuing education in Oregon?
There is no certification process for continuing education instructors in Oregon. For further information, visit the Continuing Education information page.

Is OMTA the Oregon chapter of AMTA?
No.  The Oregon Massage Therapists Association (OMTA) is a separate organization from AMTA and the Oregon chapter of AMTA (known as AMTA-OR).  OMTA was formed as a separate entity in 1985 (see our History for more details) and is still an independent, grassroots organization not affiliated with or responsible to a national organization.

I'm licensed to practice massage in another state.  Is it like a driver's license where I can automatically practice in Oregon too?
No, massage therapy licensing does not automatically transfer from state to state.  For specific details on how to become licensed in Oregon, please contact the Oregon Board of Massage Therapy (OBMT) at (503) 365-8657.
 
 

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