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News Articles from the ND Board of Massage Therapy

  • License Renewal for Even Numbered Licenses


    EVEN NUMBERED LICENSES!  Your license is set to expire February 28, 2022.  You may renew your license online or by submitting a paper application form with a money order or cashier's check for the renewal fee; NO PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED! The fee for renewal is $200.00. Applications and fees postmarked on or after March 1, 2022 will be subject to a $50.00 late fee.  You can access the online or paper application form by clicking here.

    Please note, the NDBMT is no longer printing the small license cards and mailing them out.  You are required to print your own card after your license is renewed.  You can print your card here

  • Update Your Name/Address!

    You may change your name or address information on-line now at Licensee Account Update! Name changes will require you to upload a copy of the court document showing the name change such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree, etc.
  • Fargo Proposed Massage Establishment Ordinance

    The NDBMT held a special meeting on May 10, 2021 in which it reviewed the Fargo Proposed Therapeutic Massage Program Ordinance.  At this time, based on NDCC 43-25, the NDBMT only regulates massage therapists not massage establishments or businesses.  The NDBMT may issue further statements as it feels necessary.
  • Continuing Education Requirements/ COVID-19 Situation

    The ND Board of Massage Therapy has made the following change to the continuing education requirements in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic: -Even-numbered licenses whose license expiration date is 2/28/2022, the hands-on hours requirement has been waived for this upcoming renewal of license only.  All other continuing education laws remain in place.  Therefore, for this upcoming renewal, you may complete all of your CE hours on-line if you choose to! -Odd-numbered licenses whose license expiration date is 2/28/2023,  the hands-on hours requirement remains in place.  There is a limit of 10 hours which may be earned on-line.  The NDBMT will continue to monitor the pandemic and any decision to waive the hands-on hours requirement will be considered at a later date.
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