Mountain State School of Massage • Related Agencies & Associations

P.O. Box 4487 • Charleston, WV 25364

Phone: (304) 926-8822 • Fax: (304) 926-8837

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Contact Related Agencies and Associations

West Virginia Massage Therapy Licensure

179 Summers Street Suite  • 711Charleston, WV  25301

Phone:  (304) 558-1060 • Fax:  (304) 558-1061

National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and

1901 S. Meyers Road, Suite 240 • Oakbrook Terrace IL 60181

Phone:  1-800-296-0664 • (703) 610-9015

Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (MBLex): 

150 4th Ave. North, Suite 800  •  Nashville, TN 37219
Phone: 866.962.3926  •  Email:

Associated Bodyworkers and Massage Professionals:

1271 Sugarbush Drive • Evergreen, CO  80439

Phone:  1-800-458-2267

Commission on Massage Therapy

5335 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Suite 440 • Washington, DC 20015

Phone: (202)-895-1518

Location and Facilities

The first established massage therapy school in West Virginia, Mountain State School of Massage was founded in 1995, and is located at 601 50th Street S.E., Charleston, West Virginia.  Mountain State School of Massage’s facilities occupy over 5,000 square feet, providing an academic learning center that includes practicum and exercise areas, student clinic treatment rooms, a library, offices and instructor-student meeting rooms, a dining area, and a massage supplies and Wellness Store.

Charleston, West Virginia’s Capitol City, is rich in history and culture offering many outstanding prospects for its citizens and visitors including: Kanawha State Forest, the West Virginia Symphony, Public Radio’s Mountain Stage, the Charleston Ballet, the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences, and many other educational and entertainment opportunities. For more detailed information about what’s happening in Charleston and West Virginia, visit:, or call (304) 345-5555.

Bookstores, art galleries, specialty shops, restaurants and cafes line the landscaped streets in Charleston’s historic downtown. There are also several beautiful golf courses, public swimming pools, tennis courts, boating activities, public parks, Charleston’s own Class A baseball team, and historic sights to enjoy.