Massage therapist dating clients
Sexual violation Sexual conduct, during the professional relationship, between a massage therapist and a client, including any of the following: (i) Indecent exposure.
(iii) Discussing or commenting on a clients potential sexual performance or requesting details of a clients sexual history or preferences.
(iii) Encouraging a client to masturbate in the presence of the massage therapist or masturbating while a client is present. Code Part II (relating to General Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure) are applicable to the activities of and proceedings before the Board.
Penalty for failure to complete continuing education. (ii) Touching, with the massage therapists body or an object, the genitals or any sexualized body part of the client for any purpose other than appropriate examination or treatment or when the client has refused or withdrawn consent.
(2) Contraindications and precautions for massage therapy. (3) Maintain safe and effective body mechanics in the application of massage therapy.
Minimum hour requirements for massage therapy programs. Information that must be provided to prospective students. Any licensee employed by a massage therapy school who knows or has reason to know that the school is not abiding by this provision will be subject to discipline under section 9(a)(7) of the act (63 P. (a) Massage therapy education must provide students with knowledge of the following: (1) Massage and bodywork assessment and application. (2) Safely utilize topical preparations, thermal and cryogenic modalities, hydrotherapy and movements that lengthen and shorten soft tissues within the clients normal range of motion. NCETM National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage.