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Hawaii Massage Therapy Continuing Education Requirements

Massage therapy continuing education requirements for license renewal vary from state to state and the laws are constantly changing. It's our current understanding that Hawaii requires massage therapist to complete 12 CE hours every 2 years by June 30th of each even year.

Of these 12 CE hours, 2 hours must be in first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or other emergency-related courses.

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  • You may complete 10 of your 12 required continuing education hours through home study programs. Your CPR, first aid, or other emergency-related hours must be earned in an environment that provides a hands-on training component.
  • The Hawaii Board of Massage has not yet finalized the approval process for continuing education course. They have only indicated that the 10 hours shall be in courses that enhance the skills and knowledge of the massage therapist, including, but not limited to professional ethics, theory and practice of massage therapy, modalities, and professional development. However, practice-building courses will not be accepted. Since there is yet to be a determination as to how providers and courses will be approved, we cannot advise on this at this time.

If you would like to verify this information, or have further questions regarding your massage therapy continuing education requirements, we suggest contacting the Hawaii Board of Massage directly. The telephone number for the Hawaii Board is 808-586-2694 or visit their website at https://portal.ehawaii.gov/business/professional-licensing/.

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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).