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ADVOCATE FOR MASSAGE THERAPY AS A RECOGNIZED AND RESPECTED HEALTHCARE PROFESSION
WSMTA attended the recent Board of Massage Meeting where the main topic of discussion was on the topic of whether or not to increase the number of continuing education hours up from the 500 hour requirements. 500 hours has been the requirement since 1989.
WSMTA researched and discussed the issue at length and submitted the following to the Board of Massage Therapy
WAC 246-830-430 Education -- Final.pdf
State Massage Licensing.pdf
Also submitted for consideration were these documents:
WSMTA -- WAC 246-830 3 Yrs Clinic SupvrCE Ed Instructors Exp -- Final.pdf
WSMTA--WAC 246-830-035 out-of-state applicants -- 3 year Gap -- Final.pdf
WSMTA--WAC 246-830-035 out-of-state applicants -- Min Hours -- Final.pdf
The next meeting of the Board of Massage is January 12, 2018 at
Please send your comments on your thoughts on the number of hours of education required for massage licensing to email@example.com and the Board of Massage therapy.
Washington State Board of Massage
Department of Health Office of Health Professions
P: (360) 236-4945 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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