A program that prepares individuals to provide relief and improved health and well-being to clients through the application of manual techniques for manipulating skin, muscles, and connective tissue.
Our massage therapist program is a hands-on approach to massage. On completion of the program, the graduate will receive a diploma and is prepared to sit for the National Certification Examination to become a licensed massage therapist.
Students can create their own career, work in hospitals, spas, clinics or private practice.
The student will be trained in performing therapeutic massage utilizing a variety of techniques. The program provides the student with an entry-level theory and “hands-on” training in massage techniques that the student will utilize in the promotion of physical health and well-being.
Our massage therapist program instruction includes teaching principles and effective techniques and modalities. The faculty use a wide base of knowledge and years of experience to teach the students From years of hands-on massage therapist business, practical experience and expertise. Students learn how to provide hands-on care of clients for the purpose of relieving soft tissue pain and connective tissue trauma. They learn to provide massage techniques to assist in relaxation.
The professional massage therapist is proficient in wellness, nutrition, medical ethics, trigger points of the body, and as well as the business management of a massage therapist business. The course consists of 4 modules, click on link below for more information.
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MASSAGE THERAPIST CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES
24 hours Required for Renewal
The Massage Therapist Continuing Education Program is a 24 hours program consisting of several modules depending on preference. The 24 hours education is a requirement every 2 years for license renewal with division of professional regulation. The program can be taken seperately or as a package
A licensee shall be required to complete 24 hours of continuing education, including at least 2 hours of ethics.
Approved Continuing Education (CE)
1) CE hours shall be earned by verified attendance at (e.g., certificate of attendance or certificate of completion) or participation in a program or course (program) that is offered or sponsored by an approved continuing education sponsor;