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§ 90‑624. Exemptions.

Nothing in this Article shall be construed to prohibit or affect:

(1)        The practice of a profession by persons who are licensed,certified, or registered under other laws of this State and who are performingservices within their authorized scope of practice.

(2)        The practice of massage and bodywork therapy by a personemployed by the government of the United States while the person is engaged inthe performance of duties prescribed by the laws and regulations of the UnitedStates.

(3)        The practice of massage and bodywork therapy by persons dulylicensed, registered, or certified in another state, territory, the District ofColumbia, or a foreign country when incidentally called into this State toteach a course related to massage and bodywork therapy or to consult with aperson licensed under this Article.

(4)        Students enrolled in a Board‑approved school whilecompleting a clinical requirement for graduation that shall be performed underthe supervision of a person licensed under this Article.

(5)        A person giving massage and bodywork therapy to members ofthat person's immediate family.

(6)        The practice of movement educators such as dance therapistsor teachers, yoga teachers, personal trainers, martial arts instructors,movement repatterning practitioners, and other such professions.

(7)        The practice of techniques that are specifically intended toaffect the human energy field.

(8)        A person employed by or contracting with a not‑for‑profitcommunity service organization to perform massage and bodywork therapy onpersons who are members of the not‑for‑profit community serviceorganization and are of the same gender as the person giving the massage orbodywork therapy. (1998‑230, s.10; 2000‑140, s. 93.)