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START YOUR JOURNEY AS A HEALER

create your future with us

If you think you are a good match and wish to begin your massage therapy career, we look forward to learning more about you. Here you will find our course catalog, application form, and payment. Please note our basic school schedule.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE

January

11

2023

WINTER 2023

Registration ends January 6th 2023

Orientation January 9th, 2023

Classes begin Wednesday, January 11th, 2023 6pm

April

12

2023

SPRING 2023

Registration ends April 7th, 2023

Orientation: April 10th , 2023

Classes begin Wednesday April 12th, 2023 6pm

JULY

16

2023

SUMMER 2023

Registration ends July 10th, 2023

Orientation: July 11th , 2023

Classes begin Sunday, July 16th, 2023 12pm

OCTOBER

12

2023

FALL 2023

Registration ends October 5th, 2023

Orientation:October 10th , 2023

Classes begin Thursday, October 12th, 2023 6pm

Effects of Medical Massage

The effects of receiving “Medical Massage” vary depending on the reason why the client sought massage, and the ultimate goal of Medical Massage is to alleviate pain.  The following are some effects that have been reported:

  • Increased Efficiency of Chiropractic Adjustments
  • Stress and Tension Relief
  • Increased Immune Efficiency
  • Increased Flexibility in Joints
  • Relief of Pain
  • Reduction of Blood Pressure
  • Speedier Recuperation in Athletes
  • Increase in Energy
  • Soothing Emotional Tension
  • Speedier Recovery from Injury

Below are some of the ailments and injuries that Medical Massage can help:

  • Migraine Whiplash
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Bursitis
  • All Arthritis Tendonitis
  • Sciatica Common Headaches
  • Back Ailments (e.g. Scoliosis, herniated disc, etc.)
  • Spinal Misalignment (along with Chiropractic)
  • Muscular Tension Asthma
  • Stress High Blood Pressure
  • Constipation/Diarrhea Nose Bleeds
  • Menstrual Cramps Sinusitis
  • Club foot Tinnitus
  • Trigger finger Multiple Sclerosis
  • Muscular Dystrophy

Medical Massage is effective in helping many physical problems after they occur, but it is best received on a regular basis when one is healthy. A Medical Massage therapy session once a month helps to keep muscles loosened and regulates the lymphatic and blood flow, and our bodies will be inclined to stay healthier and less prone to injury. Therefore, Medical Massage therapy is a great preventative measure.

Medical Massage Therapist Program

The Medical Massage Course/Program consists of 9 set of classes that will be required to complete. Those courses are: Anatomy/Physiology, Business, Clinical Prep & Ethics, Swedish Massage, Anatomical Shiatsu, Deep Tissue Massage, Medical Terminology, Chair Massage, Advanced Massage Treatments (for ailments and injuries), reading x-rays, and the student must complete Internship with basic and advanced to graduate.

COURSE/PROGRAM LENGTH = 12 MONTHS 960 Clock Hours over 50 weeks at 20 Hours per week.

PREREQUISITES: Student must be a high school graduate or equivalent, at least eighteen (18) years of age, and pass the admissions interview process and pass the student aptitude test (High school level).Ongoing Courses throughout the year:

Theory Night

Anatomy/Physiology

  • 100 hours (96 + 2 hour MT + 2 hour final)
  • 2 hours/week for 48.25 weeks

Business for massage

  • 48hours (46 + 2 hour final)
  • 2 hours/week for 24 weeks

Clinical Prep & Ethics

  • 24 hours (23 + 1 hour final)
  • 2 hours/week for 12 weeks

health & hygiene

  • 17 hours (16 + 1 hour final)
  • 2 hours/week for 8.25 weeks

Medical Terminology

  • 5 hours (4 + 1 hour final)
  • 2 hours/week for 2.25 weeks

Foundational Courses:
(First 6 months)

Practicum Nights (3Hrs/night)

Shiatsu Massage

  • 96 hours (92 + 4 hour final)
  • 8 hours/week for 12 weeks

Swedish Massage

  • 96 hours (92 + 4 hour final)
  • 8 hours/week for 12 weeks

Saturday Practicum (6hrs/day)

Deep Tissue Massage (Bio-Integration Therapy)

  • 88 hours (84 + 4 hour final)
  • 8 hours/week for 11 weeks

cpr

  • 6 hours (6 hour class no final)
  • 0.75 weeks

first aid

  • 2 hours (2 hour class no final)
  • 0.25 Weeks

Internships (Saturday)

basic

  • 96 hours
  • 8 hours/week for 12 week

Advanced Courses:
(Second 6 months)

Practicum & Theory

Combination & style

  • 16 hours (14 + 2 hour final)
  • 8 hours/week for 2 weeks

Reading X-rays

  • 4 hours (4 hour class no final)
  • 0.5 weeks

Medical Massage

  • 176 hours (172+ 4 hour final)
  • 8 hours/week for 22 weeks

Medical Terminology

  • 6 hours (5 + 1 hour final)
  • 6 hours/week for 1 week

Hydrotherapy

  • 2 hours (4 hrs class no final)
  • 2 hours/week for 0.25week

chair massage

  • 8 hours (7 + 1 hour final)
  • 8 hours/week for 41week

Internships / externships (Sunday)

  • 176 hours (144 hours)
  • 8 hours/week for 22 weeks