Utah Foot Zone legislation

58-47b-102

58-47b-304 Exemptions from licensure.
(1) In addition to the exemptions from licensure in Section 58-1-307, the following individuals may engage in the practice of massage therapy as defined under this chapter, subject to the stated circumstances and limitations, without being licensed, but may not represent themselves as a massage therapist or massage apprentice
(m) an individual:
(i) certified by or through, and in good standing with, an industry organization that is recognized by the division, and that represents a profession with established standards and ethics;
(ii)
(A) who limits the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body to the hands, feet, and outer ears only, including the practice of reflexology and foot zone therapy; or (B) who is certified to practice ortho-bionomy and whose practice is limited to the scope of practice of ortho-bionomy;
(iii) whose clients remain fully clothed from the shoulders to the knees; and
(iv) whose clients do not receive gratuitous massage from the individual.

The Utah Foot Zone Association is “an industry organization that is recognized by the division and that represents a profession with established standards and ethics” see below:

R156-47b-102. Definitions.
8) “Industry organization”, as used in Subsection 58-47b-304(1)(m), means any of the following organizations:
(f) Utah Foot Zone Association.

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