Government Relations Update June 2022


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June 20, 2022

Governor Holcomb has approved the rules! They are sitting in the Register and become active July 13.



On the effective date of the rule, the 183 day timeline within the rule begins. All massage therapists need to be licensed by January 11th, 2023


Read your emails and check here for updates.

Once the rules are promulgated your certification will transfer to a licensure status. If you are practicing without a certification you will no longer be able to do so after the 183 grace period. You can apply for licensure if one of these scenarios work for you:

Provide the Board with:

  • Prove that you have passed a recognized competency exam approved by the PLA Massage Board, with an affidavit that you have at least 5 years work experience in the state, OR
  • A certificate and transcript of completion from a massage therapy school of at least 500 hours, AND
  • Submit to a national criminal history background check

The website has updated the website and the URL has changed. You can find the Massage Therapy Board here: INDIANA PLA


AMTA Indiana Chapter Calendar

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    Posted:Monday, January 3, 2022

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