News


Open Meetings Act Information

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Board Reports

December 2022
October 2022


Human Trafficking Prevention Month

January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month


Human Trafficking Information

Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards


Certified Rules

532-X-3-.04
532-X-3-.06


Executive Director Report

Report


August 5, 2022 (Meeting Summary)

Summary


Disciplinary Action Summary

Summary


What is the Illicit Massage Industry?

Article from 'The Network'


Legislative Intent and Operations of the Board of Massage Therapy

Intent & Operations


Board Expenses

Expenses


Board Financial and Operations Overview

Overview


Update on New Law Changes

Law & Rules Update


Proposed Rule – 532-X-3-.04

Establishment License


Proposed Rule – 532-X-3-.06

Fee Schedule



THC Oils

The Alabama Board of Massage Therapy (the Board) was recently made aware that new products advertised to massage therapists have been introduced into the Alabama marketplace. Some of these new products claim to be approved by the Board and may contain Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The use of oils, lotions or creams that contain THC are strictly prohibited in the State of Alabama. The Board has not reviewed or approved the use of any specific brand product for use in massage therapy. Any company claiming to have a product that has been approved by the Board is making a false statement. The Board encourages all licensed massage therapists to be aware of all ingredients contained in any product used when performing massage therapy.


2022 Law Changes

The Alabama Board of Massage Therapy was successful in amending its statute and will be promulgating rules in the next few months.
Please click here for a copy of Act 2022-408. Thank you!