Online Mastery Series starts in October!

Online MAT® Master Specialist Certification


Hybrid Mastery Modules Now Available

We sent out a community survey to hear feedback directly from our students. We are excited to announce new upcoming course offerings based off that feedback!

In our survey, 88% of our student base said that they would have benefited from having remote access to CAMs, Muscles Tests, and MAT® Methodology during their Specialist Program coursework. Responses also showed that 92% of our practitioners said they would benefit from having an instructor-led forum to understand the CAMs, Muscles Tests, and MAT® Methodology. While we can’t go back in time and give you this experience in the Specialist program, we can provide this to you in your Master level courses!

You read that right…We are launching our first Online Mastery Module!

We are launching a series of Mastery Modules.  These courses will take place online over 6 weeks. The courses include lecture videos, muscle test explanation videos, course assignments and quizzes to better help with course content retention, e-book access, live instructor feedback, and required practical lab attendance. Even more exciting news is that at the end of the 2 day practical lab, students who pass out of the exam, will achieve MAT® Mastery Certified status for each topic studied.

Cost is $1,200 for this upgrade in curriculum and opportunity to become certified.  

The MAT® Mastery Trunk & Spine Module begins January 6, with a lab date of February 21-22, 2020. 

The MAT® Mastery Cervical Spine Module begins February 18, with a lab date of April 3-4, 2020. 

Interested in learning more about how to register? Click here to sign up!

Learn more about the differences of our Mastery Programs below:

*Acceptance and successful progression through the Muscle Activation Techniques® coursework does not automatically ensure certification or licensure eligibility. Licensure requirements are determined within cities, counties, municipalities, and states and students need to research local requirements to ensure compliance.*