Oregon 
Massage 
Therapists 
Association
 

OMTA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to LMTs and the massage profession.


OMTA is a non-profit volunteer organization whose activities and projects are directed by our Executive Committee (EC), whose members take an oath to follow the directives of the membership as outlined in our By-Laws. OMTA members volunteer their time for the various jobs on the EC.

In our history since our founding in 1985, OMTA has accomplished many things for the benefit of our members and the public.

We are self-funded, regularly schedule events around Oregon, and are well-linked to the massage community in Oregon, across the country and around the world. We respect the privacy of our members and the public.




 
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Code of Ethics

All individuals and organizations agree to abide by OMTA's Code of Ethics.

Mission Statement

OMTA's mission statement directs the Executive Committee in serving the massage profession.

Vision Statement

This is OMTA's vision for the future of our organization and the massage profession.

Statement of Purpose

A description of who we are and what we do.

History

How OMTA began, and the transitions our organization has gone through to reach where we are today.

Executive Committee

Our Executive Committee is made up entirely of volunteers who dedicate their spare time and energy to the profession of massage.  These individuals are the heart of OMTA, and are continually working to make the organization better.

Bylaws

OMTA operates under bylaws that define and guide the organization's structure.  The current version, voted in by members in 2009, is the sixth revision.

Funding

OMTA is completely self-funded. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

For details or appropriate references on licensing, regulation, legislation, finding and choosing an LMT, and more, please visit our FAQ.

 
 

OMTA is a 501(c)(6) Non-Profit Corporation. According to the IRS, contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions on the donor's federal income tax return. They may be deductible as trade or business expenses if ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer's business. Contact your tax consultant if this affects you.  © 2013 Oregon Massage Therapists Association. This web site is maintained by Heather Bennouri, LMT 10079.

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