Welcome To The American Massage Therapy Association

Arizona Chapter


Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. State licensing is digital, all forms are available online and are submitted on the State Board Website at: https://massagetherapy.az.gov

For questions and to contact Board licensing staff email: info@massageboard.az.gov, the staff will respond by email.

The state now requires a NON-IVP fingerprint card to obtain or renew a massage therapy license. The information is on the state board website above and the form can be accessed at:

https://psp.azdps.gov/fingerprintClearance/formTriage(link is external)

Select “Apply for a new card”

Select “Non-IVP”

Complete the printable pdf form, and send, or hand carry, the completed application, FD-258 fingerprint card and fee to DPS

Licenses now expire 24 months from the date of renewal, not on your birthday.


The State Board of Massage Therapy meets the 4th Monday of the month at 9 am. The meetings are held on-line. Click here for the link to the meeting page on the State Board website.  https://massagetherapy.az.gov/board-meetings



AMTA-AZ Workshop

January 13, 2024

Postpartum and Infant Massage

9am-6pm, 90-minute lunch on your own

Holiday Inn Express, 11075 N. Oracle Rd., Oro Valley, AZ

Presenter: Amy Scottino of Emerald Body Works

Look for email with registration information.


AMTA-AZ Annual Meeting and Workshop

April 20-21, 2024

More information will be forthcoming when venue and workshop are finalized


AMTA-AZ workshop

Ethics and Myofascial Massage

August 10-11, 2024

Northern Arizona, venue and presenter information will be forthcoming when finalized



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    Posted:Thursday, April 6, 2023

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