Disclaimers & Advisories

Regulations and Disclaimers of the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba are as follows:

1. Professional Regulations:

MTAM members are expected to adhere to the standards and guidelines set forth by the Association and any relevant regulatory bodies. These standards encompass ethical conduct, professional standards and guidelines, client confidentiality, scope of practice, and compliance with local laws and current or future regulations governing massage therapy practice in Manitoba.

2. Disclaimer of Liability:

The information provided by MTAM, including on its website, publications, and educational materials, is for general informational purposes only. While we strive to ensure the accuracy and relevance of the information, MTAM does not assume any liability for errors, omissions, or any consequences resulting from the use of such information. It is the responsibility of individual members and users to exercise professional judgment and seek appropriate advice when applying any information obtained from MTAM.

3. Client Safety and Informed Consent:

MTAM emphasizes the importance of client safety and informed consent in massage therapy practice. Members are responsible for obtaining appropriate informed consent from clients, conducting thorough client assessments, and providing safe and effective treatments. MTAM does not accept any liability for the actions or practices of individual members or their impact on clients.

4. Third-Party Links and Endorsements:

MTAM may provide links to third-party websites, products, or services for informational purposes. These links are not endorsements or recommendations by MTAM. Users are advised to exercise their own judgment and discretion when accessing and utilizing third-party resources, and MTAM is not responsible for the content, practices, or policies of external websites or entities.

5. Changes to Regulations:

MTAM reserves the right to modify or update its regulations, policies, and disclaimers as needed. It is the responsibility of members and users to stay informed about any changes by regularly reviewing the Association’s official communications, website, and relevant documents.

For more comprehensive and specific information regarding MTAM regulations, it is recommended to refer to the official MTAM documents and resources or contact our administrative office.

Advocacy & Advisories

The Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba (MTAM) is a professional organization dedicated to representing and providing support to registered massage therapists in Manitoba, Canada. Our Association takes pride in advocating for the interests and well-being of our members, while also promoting the advancement of the massage therapy profession throughout the province.


At MTAM, we actively engage in advocacy efforts to champion the rights and professional

development of registered massage therapists. Our advocacy initiatives involve collaborating with government bodies, regulatory authorities, and other stakeholders to shape policies, regulations, and legislation that impact the massage therapy profession. By voicing our members’ concerns and perspectives, we strive to influence positive change and ensure the continued growth and recognition of massage therapy as a valued healthcare discipline.


MTAM is committed to providing our members with comprehensive advisories to support their professional journey. Our advisories cover a range of topics and offer practical guidance to enhance the quality of massage therapy practice. We develop and distribute practice guidelines that outline recommended standards in areas such as client safety, ethical conduct, and scope of practice. Additionally, we keep our members informed about relevant regulatory updates, licensing requirements, and legal obligations to ensure compliance with the latest standards and regulations governing the profession. Furthermore, MTAM actively promotes continuing education and professional development opportunities, equipping our members with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in their practice.

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