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Hawaii Massage Therapy License and Exam Application
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Hawaii Board of Massage Therapy - Online starting point for information on becoming a massage therapist in Hawaii.
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A massage therapist applying for licensure in Hawaii must first complete the above listed application for a massage license. You must have completed a state certified course that consists of no less than 570 hours of training.
Hawaii offers another level of massage accreditation called "Massage Apprentice." This is not a massage license, but rather a permit to practice massage therapy. In order to get a massage permit in Hawaii, you will need a minimum 150 hours of massage course work by one of the approved educational institutions.
Hawaii is unique in that there is not a National Massage Certification Exam (NCETM/TMB or MBLEx) required for licensure. The state of Hawaii has its own exam that is administered after you have completed and submitted your license application. Dates for the Hawaii massage exam are already set and are administered on each of the islands. A calender of test dates can be found here.
The Hawaii State Exam is proctored at Prometric under the supervision of the Hawaii Board of Massage Therapy. There is a list of content on page 6 of the Information Booklet available through Prometric when application is complete. There are three main formats for the questions within the exam, Direct Questions, Incomplete Sentences, and All of the Following Except questions. All questions are multiple-choice, with four possible answers. These are the same three formats found within our MBLEx databank of questions to practice your knowledge of Basic Massage Therapy curriculum. Exam Dates and Locations.
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The Hawaii State Exam is broken down into four parts; Laws & Rules 10%, Anatomy & Physiology 50%, Massage Theory 15%, and Clinical Situations 25%.
Our site has these sections broken down further. The Anatomy and Physiology is in two sections; A&P, and Body Systems. The Massage Theory is within the Massage Application section. The Clinical Situations can be found in the Professional Standards, Complementary Alternative Medicine, Pathology and Massage Assessment sections.
The Hawaii Laws & Rules have three chapters from the Hawaii Administrative Rules & Statutes. The following PDF links will get you to these references for review.
Hawaii Administrative Rules, Department of Health Chapter 11
An excellent way to prepare yourself for the Hawaii massage exam is to use our massage study aid that is accessible from the internet 24 hours a day. Learn while you test yourself on massage theory, massage application, anatomy and physiology and all of the other topics that you will encounter on the Hawaii state license exam.
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