What’s New for South Carolina Chapter
Welcome to AMTA South Carolina!
Be on the lookout for the following email in your inbox from the SC Massage Therapy Board. "Greetings, Massage Licensees!The SC Massage/Bodywork Advisory Panel and other stakeholders collaborated to update the statutes and regulations that govern the practice of massage therapy.Effective May 13, 2023, the name of the SC Massage/Bodywork Advisory Panel changed to the SC Board of Massage Therapy, and the Board is comprised of seven members appointed by the Governor upon the advice and consent of the Senate. Six of the members must be licensed massage therapists, and the seventh must be a at large public member. The Board will continue to be regulated by the SC Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.The new Massage Practice Act (MPA) includes, but is not limited to: changes in massage curriculum hours; the requirement of criminal background checks; the requirement of inspections; the addition of massage establishment licenses, and sole practitioner establishment licenses; and the approval of citation authority.The Board’s website will undergo several updates to better assist you with your licensing needs and questions. The Board has added frequently asked questions to the website that you may find beneficial. As we begin implementing the new practice act, we ask that you frequently check the website for updates: www.llr.sc.gov/mas/.Be well,SC Board of Massage Therapy" ... See MoreSee Less
Massage Establishments: The sole practitioner and massage establishment applications will be on the website by June 26, 2023. LLR inspectors will contact you to set up a date and time for an inspectio...
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