Massage therapy license requirements vary from state to state and the laws are constantly changing. It's our current understanding that for license renewal North Dakota requires massage therapists to complete 24 CE hours every two years based on your year of licensure.
You may take up to 9 hours of continuing education through any of our North Dakota Approved home study programs (approved until December 31, 2016). Click on any of the approved courses below for more information:
|Aromatherapy: An Introduction||6|
|Aromatherapy: Mother and Baby||9|
|Cardiopulmonary Health and Illness||5|
|Deep Tissue Massage||12|
|Ethics: Health Professionalism||4|
|Ethics: Medical Settings||6|
|Ethics: Roles & Boundaries||2|
|Fascia: The Endless Web||13|
|Fibromyalgia and Massage||30|
|Infant and Child Massage||6|
|Introduction to Chair Massage||7|
|Introduction to Infant Massage||3|
|Massage for Edema||3|
|Massage for Hospitalized and Medically Frail Clients||15|
|Mastering Chair Massage||12|
|Mastering Thai Massage||11|
|Oncology Massage: Fact vs. Myth||10|
|Swedish Massage for Professionals||12|
|Thai Yoga Massage||12|
|Trigger Point Therapy||10|
|Understanding Sports Massage||12|
If you would like to verify this information, or have further questions regarding your massage therapy continuing education requirements, we suggest contacting the North Dakota Board of Massage directly. The telephone number for the North Dakota Board is 701-872-4895 or visit their website at http://www.ndboardofmassage.com/.
The Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies is approved by the NCBTMB as a continuing education Approved Provider (#049478-00). All of our continuing education programs can be used for National Certification renewal.
You may also use our credits for other organizations you may belong to, such as the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) or Associated Bodywork Massage Professionals (ABMP).