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Board of Registration of Massage Therapy for Massachusetts- Information regarding the Massage Board under the Division of Professional Licensure Boards.
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The state of Massachusetts is now requiring all practicing Massage Therapists to be Licensed under the Division of Professional Licensure Boards through the Board of Registration of Massage Therapy. A minimum of 650 hrs is the current education requirements. There are no exam requirements for licensure in Massachusettes and the Grandfathering provisions are expired and no longer in effect. Any change in the requirements will be posted on the Massachusettes Board of Regulation of Massage Therapy web site. (Information updated by Board Administrator 4/27/2010, check out the News Page)
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