Massage CE State Regulation Information

Click here to see CE requirements for ALL 50 states in the US
Click here to see AMTA state regs & requirements
Click here to see NEW YORK approved courses
Click here to see FLORIDA approved courses

(Florida and New York are very stringent states requiring special CE approval. Most other states don't require such parameters for CEs)

Self-Paced Online CE Courses *Provider #155301-00* Click on the Titles Below

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NCBTMB Course Credit Guide

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Please note the Sacred Stone Shirodhara Therapy homestudy course listed above is now 10 CEs.

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Since we have no control of how the ncbtmb organizes our webpage page on their site, we have created this organized page listing for you here. Please find our currently approved classes here for your convenience while we wait for the NCBMTB to sort out our page. We encourage you to check the official page as well on the web page. Hopefully we will be able to sort this trouble out quickly but until then, happy learning! 

DISCLAIMER: This page is provided for easy quick reference. It should not be relied upon to certify that any given course is approved in any state, as state regulations may change without notice.  It is therefore your responsibility to double check with your state to absolutely confirm licensing and accreditation of your chosen course. 

Quick Answers to Common Questions

  • NCBTMB - Transcripts are immediately available for download and printing with a 75% passing score or higher.

  • Videos can be watched continually, anytime and/or downloaded.

  • Documents are downloadable for study offline.

  • Exams can be re-taken continually and are auto-corrected.

  • You will receive an email with login credentials within 48 hours or sooner after purchase.

  • Certificates are enabled on your account within a 1 to 2 weeks to allow for the review and approval process.

  • Self paced online courses have different CE credit amounts than on campus seminars, even if they have similar course titles, per NCBTMB guidelines