Resources & Links

Click the tab below that best fits your situation and need for massage resources.

Massage Profession Resources

Resources for licensed massage professionals, or those looking to become one!
What you needWebsite LinkWhat you'll find
Fingerprinting Information for fingerprinting in Michigan.
Electronic Transcript Services or receive e-transcripts. You may be required to send in transcripts for licensing in Michigan, this website will save you time and trouble of locating transcripts.
Is your education certifiable in Michigan?www.naces.orgWas your massage education outside of the USA? You'll find a list of credentialing agencies that can verify the equivalency of your education.
Michigan Licensing Information applications and forms, Board information, frequently asked questions, and more!
English Language Proficiency your curriculum was not taught in english, you may need to provide proof of english proficiency. Start here!
Check the Status of your Application your number, and view the status of your licensing application.
Online License Renewal your license here, you will need your LARA login information.
Verify a License a license for a person or business here. Search by name, city, profession, and more.
MBLEX exam resources for the MBLEX exam. This is where you go to become a licensed Michigan massage and bodywork professional.
BCETMB exam (National Certification) and registration for being a nationally certified massage professional.
Professional OrganizationsAMTA
Massage Council
A few different professional massage organizations. These membership orgs can help with insurance, taxes, websites, and other aspects of navigating life as a massage and bodywork professional.
AssistedLiving.org is dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults by compiling comprehensive research, the latest studies, and real-world insight from experts, caregivers, and seniors into easy-to-understand, actionable guides and resources.

Community Resources

A collection of resources for people who need massage services.
Massage and Sleep | Tuck Sleepwww.tuck.comPut simply, massage therapy is a treatment that manipulates the soft tissues of your body using varying degrees of movement and pressure. However, the practice of massage therapy is much more nuanced than that. Depending on the type of massage therapy you select, you can expect everything from kneading and long strokes to vibration, tapping, and application of warmth.