Head to Virginia Beach and the American Massage Conference for Your Continuing Education

Obtain up to 18 hours of NCBTMB-approved continuing education credits for only $45! The American Massage Conference (AMC) $45 Pass allows practitioners to choose from 60 hours of 1- and 3-hour classes over three days (Friday–Sunday, May 18–21, 2017). Plus, AMC registrants get free World Massage Conference online CEs.

Meet the Experts in Massage Therapy

For more than 80 hours of NCBTMB-approved continuing education, registrants can save $50 off the AMC Platinum All Access Pass offerings over four days, including pre-conference full-day certificate classes. Renowned educators include Benny Vaughn, James Waslaski, Til Luchau, Felicia Brown, John Balletto, Eric Stephenson, Lynda Solien-Wolfe, Dr. Dennis Buckley, and more.

The AMC Trade Show will feature leading professional health products at the best possible prices. ABMP is the AMC Global Education Sponsor, so stop by the ABMP booth and say hello!

Join us in Virginia Beach, at the Holiday Inn Virginia Beach - Norfolk Hotel & Conference Center, 655 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23462, 800-567-3856.

Register now at www.oneconcept.com/AMC.

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