NOTICE OF MEETING
The Board of Registration of Massage Therapy (“the Board”) is considering promulgating new
Regulations governing the requirement of continuing education as a prerequisite to individual license
renewal and regulating massage therapy schools and programs in the Commonwealth (233 CMR
2.00 through 5.00). The Board is considering an annual twelve (12) continuing education credit hour
requirement and regulating massage therapy schools and programs and their faculty. In advance of
commencing the formal regulatory promulgation process, the Board welcomes interested members of
the public to attend a special meeting to provide input with regard to these topics and any other
possible changes the public would like the Board to consider.
When: Monday, March 10, 2014
Where*: 1000 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02118
1st floor, Room 1-D
In addition, the Board welcomes the submission of written comments, which can be sent by firstclass
mail or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions should be sent to the Board prior to
March 9th. Specific questions about this process or the nature of this meeting should be directed to
Peter M. Kelley, Board Counsel for the Board of Registration of Massage Therapy who can be
reached at (617) 727-4419 or email at email@example.com. Please note that this meeting is
in addition to the public hearing required by the formal rule making process, which will be held at a
*Directions to the Division office are located at
NOTE THAT PHOTO IDENTIFICATION IS REQUIRED OF ALL PERSONS ENTERING
1000 WASHINGTON STREET.
Reasonable accommodations or modifications will be provided to enable individuals with disabilities
to participate in this meeting. All requests should be submitted to Deborah Cassano at (617) 727-
3110 no later than one (1) week prior to the meeting. While the Board of Registration of Massage
Therapy will attempt to honor all requests, those requests received after that date may not be provided due to feasibility.
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