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DMV Massage Therapist

Massage therapy group for DC, Maryland, Virginia metro area.

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Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2017

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Comment by Laura Garza on February 16, 2017 at 4:52pm

Hi!  It's been a while since I've been here!  I've been getting request for massage in MD - mainly chair massage.  I would like to grow my practice and see this as a way to do that since I provide in-home and corporate chair massage.  I noticed that MD has Registered Massage Practitioners and LMTs.  Is there typically a pay difference?  I saw the functions are different (RMP can only do relaxation massage, no therapeutic work) so I was assuming so.  I did have a request for Baltimore which sounded great but of course I was pricing off of LMTs based in the DC area so the cost was a bit more than expected.

Comment by Laura Garza on August 20, 2013 at 1:50pm

Hello everybody!  I'm a CMT in Virginia and I'm starting to look into getting a license in MD.  Can anybody tell me what the "jurisprudence exam" is all about?  And from what I understand I have to take that test in Baltimore?  I've already paid enough fees to Virginia and Fairfax county, I may just stay local...

Comment by Tracey Moon on April 5, 2012 at 10:32am

Just in time for license renewal!

Integrating Mind Body Skills into your Massage Practice this June 15th

Holistic Massage Training Institute • Baltimore, MD  • 7 CE's • One day class

Comment by Frank Michel on August 18, 2011 at 9:56am
I live in Laurel, MD
Comment by Nancy Toner Weinberger on July 6, 2010 at 7:53am
Upcoming class in Raleigh, North Carolina - Thursday-Sunday, July 22-25, 2010 for 24CEs.

Teaching Skills for the Workshop Leader

Please join me for this 4-day hands-on course, in which those who aspire to teach at the professional continuing education level will prepare for the application process and delve into the principles of adult learning. This is a true workshop. Yes, you will get lots of information. But you will also put what you learn to use right in this workshop. Come prepared to write syllabi, learning objectives and lesson plans for your class, actually try out part of your presentation with your classmates, prepare a written plan for implementation of your marketing strategy, decide what level of certification is right for you, and if it is National Certification, actually begin to fill out the NCBTMB application in class.

Times: 9:30AM to 6:00PM on Thursday -Saturday. 9:30AM to 12:30PM on Sunday. Additional optional non-credit hours on Sunday 1:30PM-3:30PM

Use the short cut at the bottom of the main page:
Comment by Nancy Toner Weinberger on January 29, 2010 at 9:20am
Hi there DMV members!
Are you enjoying your edition of the Chesapeake PERG (Professional Education & Resource Guide)? I am the publisher, and so far I've received some calls and e-mails from therapists who like it a lot. And calls from more Continuing Education Providers who plan to advertise in the Fall Edition, which comes out in July. If you are licensed in DMV, you should all have received the booklet in the mail by now. Let me know what you think! You can also download a copy at

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