For Australian bodywork students or therapists who’d like to study Traditional Thai Massage in Thailand and at the same time seek Massage & Myotherapy Australia (AAMT) Continuing Education credits (CE points), there are just a few options.
In this post we list the Thai Massage schools in Thailand that comply. Of course, be aware that not all courses of the mentioned schools count towards AAMT CE points. Make sure to check with the Thai Massage school of your choice which courses or workshops are eligible for obtaining CE credits.
Below you’ll find the schools in Thailand that are CE providers certified by Massage & Myotherapy Australia (AAMT).International Training Massage School Chiang Mai (ITM)
ITM is a private vocational Thai Massage school located in Chiang Mai. The school is a family run business and was founded in 1992 by Chongkol Setthakorn. ITM is one of t [More info...]
Sunshine Massage School
The Sunshine Massage School in Chiang Mai is a reputable Traditional Thai Bodywork training center, not only known in Thailand, but also within the global Thai Massage c [More info...]
Thai Massage School of Chiang Mai (TMC)
The Thai Massage School of Chiang Mai, also known as TMC Chiang Mai or the Thai Massage School of Thailand, was founded in 2001. The Thai Massage School of Thailand was f [More info...]
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