The mission of the Federation is to support its Member Boards in their work to ensure that the practice of massage therapy is provided to the public safely and competently.Learn More
Through your personal MBLEx Examination Account, you can apply for the MBLEx, check the status of your application, or request that your exam results be sent to a state licensing board.APPLY HERE
The Education Verification Center (EVC) allows approved massage schools the ability to verify education for their students who have applied to take the MBLEx. Search the EVC Today.EVC
Find the CE courses that are right for you! Search quality continuing education courses offered by providers that meet FSMTB and national standards. Search the course catalog today.SEARCH
The Regulatory Education and Competence Hub is an online education center that offers continuing education courses to support learning for state requirements, remediation, and desired personal growth.GO TO REACH
Utilize the MBLEx Study Guide and the MBLEx Check practice exam to ensure you are prepared and ready for testing. Order Today!ORDER NOW
Learn more about the impact of human trafficking on the massage therapy profession, what to look for, and what you can do to help.LEARN MORE
Listen to Massage Minds, the FSMTB podcast. Hear from continuing education providers and industry professionals.Listen Now
Learn more about the Interstate Massage Compact and how to become a part of the stakeholder review process.Learn more
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Are you interested in becoming a volunteer for FSMTB? We accept volunteer applications for committee or task force positions throughout the year. Should we not have any immediate volunteer openings, we will keep your application on file and let you know when a perfect volunteer opportunity arises for you!Learn More
The Biden Administration, through the US Department of Health and Human Services, has declared monkeypox a public health emergency, with cases on the rise across the US.
Since monkeypox can spread through skin-to-skin contact, massage and bodywork practitioners should continue to engage procedures to ensure client safety, proper practitioner hygiene, and disease prevention protocols that have long been a cornerstone of professional massage and bodywork practice.READ MORE