The Massage Therapy program is designed to provide the student with the necessary tools required to successfully enter the massage industry. Whether it is a day spa, physician’s office, health club, or resort, graduates of this program will have acquired all the tools needed to thrive in this exciting new career.
This 720-hour program consists of one pre-requisite course, and eight self-contained units of learning called modules. Each student must successfully complete the pre-requisite course before moving on to any one of the remaining modules in the program. Included in this program are 225 hours of Anatomy and Physiology, as well as introduction to principles and practices of massage therapy, massage fundamentals, massage and bodywork, pathology, business and success skills, and health and wellness.
Upon the successful completion of this program, graduates will have received the education necessary to attain a career in one of the most engaging and exciting fields today. The graduate may work in an entry-level position as a Massage Therapist in a variety of health care facilities, including, but not limited to, a massage clinic, hospital, chiropractic office, nursing home, health club, spa, resort, or in private practice. Massage Therapists may be employed in urban, suburban, and rural areas.
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