A study of muons implanted into amorphous hydrogenated silicon (a-Si: H), using both transverse and longitudinal field μSR, is presented. Particular use is made of the muon repolarization curves in longitudinal fields. By comparison with the results of similar measurements on polycrystalline silicon, both the diamagnetic and Mu* fractions are found to be substantially increased. We postulate that weak strained bonds in the amorphous structure are responsible. Little evidence has been found from longitudinal field measurements for isotropic muonium Mu', and a transverse field experiment on a-Si: D suggests that this state might not exist in the amorphous material.