Senate Bill 305 was introduced this year that would have implemented state massage licensure in Kansas. Unfortunately, that bill will not move forward this year. ABMP wants to hear from you: What are your thoughts about state licensure? Take our six question survey to help us learn from you!
Kansas Legislative and Policy Developments
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The Kansas Legislature introduced Senate Bill 305 (SB 305), which would require statewide licensure for massage therapists. The bill offers a generous grandfathering route for those currently practicing massage therapy. ABMP will monitor the progress of SB 305 and notify you if the bill becomes law.
House Bill 2400 would have required statewide licensure for massage therapists in Kansas, but it did not receive a hearing in committee and therefore never moved forward this year.
Kansas House Bill 2400 has been introduced in the Kansas legislature and would require statewide licensure for massage therapists. The bill would go into effect at the end of the 2021 legislative cycle. Massage therapists could apply for licensure through grandfathering or an application process.