How to Join

Thank you for your interest in joining MTANS. Membership options include active, inactive, and student member.

Becoming a Member

Thank you for your interest in joining MTANS. Membership options include active, inactive, and student member.
 
Membership is not transferable from association to association so applicants must follow our provincial entrance requirements, and complete active member application in order to be able to become a member. If you graduated with an International diploma, please contact the office before applying. Please note: MTANS has a NO REFUND Policy for membership dues.
 
Registration must be completed solely online. We are here to help you throughout the process.

If at any time you have difficulties with our online system, please give our office a call at 902-429-2190 or email info@mtans.ca

The office is open, Monday to Friday between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

Active Membership

To make sure your application process go smoothly, please have the following documents ready before you complete your application:

Those Massage Therapists who are listed on the active members list of MTANS have paid the required dues and fees. Only active members are entitled to:

If all required documents as specified above are correct, please allow 5 BUSINESS DAYS to process your application. If the required information is missing, your application will not be reviewed. 

Inactive Membership

Student Membership

A student registered in an educational institution recognized by MTANS may join as a student member.
There is no cost for a student membership.

Associate Member

An Associate Member is an individual who is, by virtue of their professional interests, committed to the mandate of MTANS. The board votes on applications for associate membership. Please contact MTANS for more information about associate membership. Associate Members are entitled to attend MTANS member meetings, but are not entitled to vote or hold office.

Honourary Member

An Honourary Member is an individual who is not a member of MTANS and who, by meritorious service to the association, has distinguished themselves. Two active members must nominate an individual, and the board votes on whether or not to admit that person. Honourary Members are entitled to attend MTANS member meetings, but are not entitled to vote or hold office.