(1) holds a license, permit, certificate, or other credential issued by this state
under another law; and
(2) offers or performs massage therapy under the scope of that credential.
(b) A licensed massage therapist who practices as a solo practitioner is not required
to hold a license as a massage establishment.
(c) A place of business is not required to hold a license under this chapter if:
(1) the place of business is owned by the federal government, the state, or a political
subdivision of the state;
(2) at the place of business, a licensed massage therapist practices as a solo practitioner
(A) does not use a business name or assumed name; or
(B) uses a business name or an assumed name and provides the massage therapist's full
legal name or license number in each advertisement and each time the business name
or assumed name appears in writing;
(3) at the place of business, an acupuncturist, athletic trainer, chiropractor, cosmetologist,
midwife, nurse, occupational therapist, perfusionist, physical therapist, physician,
physician assistant, podiatrist, respiratory care practitioner, or surgical assistant
licensed or certified in this state employs or contracts with a licensed massage therapist
to provide massage therapy as part of the person's practice; or
(4) at the place of business, a person offers to perform or performs massage therapy:
(A) for not more than 72 hours in any six-month period; and
(B) as part of a public or charity event, the primary purpose of which is not to provide
(d) A sexually oriented business may not:
(1) hold a license under this chapter; or
(2) operate as a massage establishment under this chapter.
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