Utah Massage Therapist Regulations, Application, Training and Examination

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Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing for Massage Therapists- Board information, statutes, and laws update for review of rules and regulations governing Massage Therapists.

Application- for Massage Therapist (MT) or Massage Apprentice (MA).

Application for Apprentice

License Renewal Information- Renew Online -0 CE Credits/ 2 years Odd years on May 31st

Utah Massage Schools - A list of massage schools in Utah

To be eligible to receive a license to practice Massage in the State of Utah, you must submit your application and documentation to the Massage Therapy Board at the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing. Massage Apprentices (MA) must have 1000 hours of supervised training and Thomson Prometric documentation of a passing score on the Utah Massage Theory Examination. A Massage Therapist (MT) must submit proof of a minimum of 600 hours of instruction from an accredited Massage school Training program and a passing score from the MBLEx from the Federation of State Massage Therapy Board (FSMTB). Both an MT and an MA need to take the Utah Massage Law exam, also given by Thomson Prometric.

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Web Information www.dopl.utah.gov
List of schools Utah Massage Schools
Education Requirements 600 Hrs MT / 1000 Hrs MA
Title Massage Therapist MT / Massage Apprentice MA
Type of Credential License / Apprentice
State Law Test Practice Act, Rules & Regulations - Code of Ethics
State Practical or Written Exam Written & Practical Law Exam (Part of Application)
National Exam Requirement MBLEx
CEU's 0/ 2 years- HB 351
Initial Cost of License $100 (MT) $75 (MA)
Require City License Check Local City & County Business Regulations
Renewal Fee $52/ 2 years
Liability ins Massage Therapy Insurance Comparison
Credentialed Practitioners 5,509

Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing
Board of Massage

PO Box 146741
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114
Phone: 801-530-6628
Fax: 801-530-6511


Massage Schools in Utah



Renaissance School of Therapeutic Massage

566 West 1350 South

Bountiful, UT 84010

Bountiful 801.292.8515

Eagle Gate College

915 North 400 West

Layton, UT 84041

Layton 801.546.7500

Healing Mountain Massage School

363 S. 500 E. Suite 210

Salt Lake City. UT. 84102

Salt Lake City 801-355 6300 ext. 2

Utah College of Massage Therapy

135 South State St. #12

Lindon, UT 84042

Lindon 801.796.0300

Provo College

1450 West 820 North

Provo, UT 84601

Provo 877.777.5886

Myotherapy College of Utah

336 Bugatti Dr.

Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Salt Lake City 801.484.7624

Utah College of Massage Therapy

25 South 300 East

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Salt Lake City 801.521.3330

Apprenticeship Only

Massage Therapy Academy

368 East St. George Blvd.

St. George, UT 84770

St. George 435.673.4101

Utah Continuing Education

0 CE Credits Biennially
Requirements & Limitations
List of Choices
Renew on May 31st every Odd year
ABMP- Biennially
Not Limited
CE Catalog
AMTA- Quadrennially
Not Limited
CE Catalog
NCBTMB- Biennially
Not Limited
CE Catalog
Increase Professional Knowledge and Skills to ensure effective and safe Massage Therapy Practices by taking advantage of the benefits Continuing Education offers
Check your Massage Association or City/County Professional/Business Laws to meet Continuing Education requirements
Professional Ethics, Boundaries, or Communication
Not Limited
Ethics Bench

Body Mechanics & Self-Care

Not Limited
Self-Care Guru
Business Practices
Not Limited
Business Mastery
Adult CPR/ First Aid Instructor-Led
Direct Contact (Live) or Online
Basic Training
Kinesiology, Anatomy, & Physiology of Human Body
Not Limited
Advanced Instruction Forum
Cultural Competency & Specialized Training
Not Limited
Special Population Techniques
Pathology of the Human Body
Not Limited
Advanced Instruction Forum
Self-Study: Books, DVD's, Research Materials, Related Publications, & Publishing an Article
Not Limited
Research Community
Somatic Education
Not Limited
Advanced Instruction Forum
Teacher Training  
Not Limited
Instructor Headquarters
Lecture or Teaching a CE Class
Not Limited
Active Service on UT Massage Related Board, Task Force, Committee, or Attending Meetings
1 hour of CE for each Meeting/Day/Hour
Keep Record of Hours & Duties
When Bill is accepted the state will require 24 CE's Biennially
No CE requirements for State License Renewal
Keep Records of CE Hours
5 Years


Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing
Board of Massage

PO Box 146741
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114
Phone: 801-530-6628
Fax: 801-530-6511