Suzanne Eccher, LMT has been in practice since May of 1995, attended the Boulder School of Massage Therapy in Boulder, Colorado and is a professional member of the AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association).
My base education consisted of 1000 hours, and since then I have earned an additional 400 hours of continuing education. I have advanced training in Orthopedic Massage using client assisted techniques to relieve muscle tension and abnormal patterning. This method is very effective and provides muscular re-education, a critical part of healing following injury, surgery, or during the rehabilitation process.
My goal is to help find pain relief and provide energetic and physical balance for my client and giving them tools to recover and maintain proper physical health.
What Is American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA)?
Membership in a credible professional association indicates professional preparation and accountability. AMTA is the largest non-profit, professional association representing massage therapy and was founded in 1943. AMTA requires members to meet minimum education requirements, pursue continuing education and uphold its Code of Ethics. AMTA also provides professional members like myself with professional liability insurance, ensuring the highest quality of practice standards.
Mission: To serve AMTA members while advancing the art, science and practice of massage therapy.
We are a diverse and nurturing community working with integrity, honesty and dignity.
We are a nonprofit member-driven organization of ethical professionals.
We embrace excellence in education, service, and leadership.
We endorse professional standards and support fair regulation of massage therapy.
We believe that massage benefits all.
For more information you may visit their website at www.amtamassage.org