Legislative and Policy Developments

Indiana Proposes Rules for Massage Therapy Licensure and Continuing Education

The Indiana State Board of Massage Therapy proposed new rules as a necessary step to bring licensure protocols into effect. These proposed rules would primarily change the term “certificate holder” to “license holder,” and outline continuing education requirements for renewal once licensure is the law of the land, among other modifications.

New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Survey

New Mexico's governor and the Regulation and Licensing Department are looking to streamline the application and renewal procedures for licensure. Participate in the survey before December 7, 2021.

New Mexico Massage Therapy Board Meeting

The New Mexico Massage Therapy Board is holding a rule hearing November 22, 2021, at 9:30 a.m. MDT. The rule hearing will consider proposed amendments to requirements for licensure and licensure for military service members. Find out how to attend!

Kentucky Proposes New Massage Therapy Rules

The Kentucky Board of Licensure for Massage Therapy has proposed new rules that affect the following areas: fees, exams, applications, license reinstatement, complaint processes, ethics, and continuing education. Written comments in support or opposition of the rules will be accepted through November 30, 2021.

Hawaii Board of Massage Therapy Seeks New Board Member

There will be one seat open to a licensed massage therapist on the Hawaii Board of Massage Therapy next year, and Governor Ige’s office is looking for qualified applicants now. Find out how to apply and help shape the future of Hawaii massage therapy!

Iowa Waivers Expiring September 23, 2021—Renewals Through December 31, 2021

Licensees who received waivers have until September 23, 2021, to renew—after that date they must reactivate their licenses. For those renewing an active license by December 31, 2021, submit your obtained 16 hours of CE. Those renewing after December 31, 2021, will need eight hours of in-person CE.

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