Find a Massage in North Carolina

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The North Carolina Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy is responsible for licensing and supervising all massage therapists in North Carolina. Massage therapy is the scientific manipulation of the muscular structure of the body with the intent of improving circulation, muscle tone, relaxation, and overall health or well-being. According to the Board, all enterprises, businesses, health organizations, and independent massage therapists in North Carolina must hold a valid license before they may offer massage services to people in the state. This approach protects the health and welfare of the public, and safeguards state residents from incompetent, untrained, or unauthorized practitioners.
Reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate 2,760 people were employed as licensed massage therapists in North Carolina in 2015. These professionals provided services for a state population of 10.1 million people, and received an annual mean salary of $41,920.
Massage therapists in North Carolina may practice in a number of different settings. It is not uncommon for massage services to be offered in spas, salons, health clubs, nursing homes, clinics, or hospitals.

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