Associations Sponsored by
The AANP is the national professional society representing licensed or licensable naturopathic physicians who are graduates of four-year, residential graduate programs.
The AHMA is working to transform health care to integrate all aspects of well-being, including physical, environmental, mental, emotional, spiritual and social health.
The AHNA is a nonprofit education organization that helps bring the concepts of holistic medicine to every arena of the nursing practice.
The ANMA is a nonprofit scientific educational organization dedicated to exploring new frontiers of the mind, body, medicine and health.
APTA provides information on all aspects of the practice and study of polarity therapy.
The Ayurvedic Institute is a nonprofit organization that teaches the principles and practices of ayurveda.
The CSTA/NA is a nonprofit organization created for the recognition and registration of, and as a referral service for, certified craniosacral therapists and students.
The CFA is a voluntary, federally chartered nonprofit association that fosters continuing growth, quality, and high standards of education and practice within the aromatherapy profession.
The Herb Research Foundation is one of the world’s first and foremost sources of accurate scientific information on the health benefits and safety of herbs, as well as sustainable botanical resource development.
The IAYT supports research and education in yoga and serves as a professional organization for yoga teachers and therapists worldwide.
The IFA is one of the original organizations for professional aromatherapists in the world.
The ISSSEEM is an interdisciplinary organization for the study of the basic sciences, as well as medical and therapeutic applications, of subtle energies and energy medicine.
NAHA is an educational nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing public awareness of the benefits of true aromatherapy.
National Institutes of Health
9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20892
NCCAM is dedicated to exploring complementary and alternative healing practices in the context of rigorous science, training complementary and alternative medicine researchers, and disseminating authoritative information to the public and professionals.
The NHPC is a voluntary professional association serving the needs of natural health practitioners throughout Canada.
WABA is an educational nonprofit organization dedicated to making the benefits of both giving and receiving aquatic bodywork available to everyone.