Students

Why RMSAAM requires case studies

Practitioners Insurance

Insurance options for animal massage practitioners. We have listed the ones we are aware of below for your convenience.

A quick comparison chart, compliments of Massage Magazine, with various insurance options for your reference.

Copy of Certificate

If you have lost your certificate or would like to request a new/additional certificate due to a name change or for any other reason, please mail us the following:

  1. Your name as you would like it to appear on your certificate
  2. Name and date of program attended
  3. Your full mailing address
  4. $10.00 check made out to RMSAAM for each additional certificate

and mail to:

RMSAAM

PO Box 1470

Elizabeth, CO 80107

Graduate /Practitioner Downloads

Health History Intake Form, Massage and Acupressure Appointment Record Form and Practitioner Disclosure / Liability Release Form. These are offered in a “word” format so that you can customize them for your own business.

Confused about how to conduct a one day instructional clinic at a local barn, shelter or other location? Download our Format For A One Day Instructional Clinic.

Student / Graduate Discounts

  1. Do you know students and graduates are entitled to a 10% discount off any additional classes with RMSAAM?*
  2. Do you know you may audit your prior course for a $25.00/day auditing fee?

*STUDENT MUST REQUEST DISCOUNT UPON REGISTRATION. EXCLUDES GUEST SPEAKER CLASSES. IE: ANIMAL COMMUNICATION, ESSENTIAL OILS AND AROMATHERAPY FOR ANIMALS, ETC. Please contact the school if you are unsure whether a class is a guest speaker class.

What Is A “Certification” In Animal Massage Or Acupressure?

RMSAAM combines it’s tried and proven curriculum, state credentialed and experienced instructors, and a strong Code of Ethics to bring students the best adult education experience available. Our curriculum and our instructors strive to exceed student’s needs and expectations before, during and after their studies. We continue to ensure the highest quality in our curriculum, instructors, educational materials, guest speakers, and student and graduate support offerings.

Once you have successfully completed course requirements you will receive your certificate of Certification through Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage (RMSAAM). This certificate verifies that you have successfully completed all required study, classroom work, hands-on hours and testing in your program of study.

This certificate is a professional document from a state approved institution of higher education, RMSAAM. If you are in the state of Colorado (or any other state with similar animal massage laws) and plan to work with a veterinarian you should be prepared to show this document to the veterinarian and always have it on hand either in your office or on mobile appointments as proof that you have met state requirements.

RMSAAM’s reputation for quality is unsurpassed. We are recognized around the world for our top-notch instructors, excellent curriculum, published educational materials and testing standards. RMSAAM is a pioneer in the animal massage industry and in the political arena helping to write and pass laws allowing animal massage practitioners to practice what they have studied hard to achieve and love to do.

Research The Animal Massage Laws in Your State

To find out what the laws are in your state, use our links below. Not all information is completely up to date and we can not be responsible for the sites of others so please make sure you confirm the information with other resources.

State Legislative Resource through the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

IAAMB – International Association of Animal Massage and Bodyworkers

CAAMB – Colorado Association of Animal Massage and Bodyworkers

IAAOR – Illinois Alliance for Animal Owners Rights

FAAOR – Florida Alliance for Animal Owners Rights

CAAOR – Colorado Alliance for Animal Owners RightsIn March of 2008 Colorado passed a law allowing animal massage therapists, who have attended a state approved or accredited school, to practice animal massage without veterinary referral or supervision.

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