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Vermont Massage Therapy Regulatory Board
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Vermont does not have a statewide regulatory board in place.
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Check your state, city, or county Department of Labor or Health Department regulators to find out the requirements to practice Massage Therapy. Therapists who live in unregulated states often obtain a passing score on the MBLEx from the Federation of State Massage Therapy Board (FSMTB) after graduation to ensure they can continue their career if ever they move out of state. Some employment establishments may require a certification or license to apply to work for them. You may also apply for a state license in a neighboring state to ensure professional standards of practice. The best time to take the licensing exam (MBLEx) is at the end of your schooling or right after, so the information is fresh in your mind. We encourage you to utilize our site to review your massage curriculum and build your confidence in obtaining a passing score.
After you are certified or licensed, you will need to maintain the necessary Liability Insurance to protect you and your massage practice. We have compiled a list of the necessary data to make an informed choice of which massage insurance provider is best for you. Continuing Education requirements.
Before you begin a massage practice in Vermont, check with your city and county authorities for regulations and laws that might apply to your massage therapy practice.
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