Whether you want to become a professional massage therapist, want to be able to perform effective massage therapy, or simply would like to learn basic massage techniques, we should be able to help you find a class or school that can train you on what you need to know.
The art of massage is not difficult to learn. The basics can be learned in a rather short amount of time, but advanced techniques and skills take regular practice, time and effort.
Most bigger cities have a school that teaches massage. Some offer individual classes, some consist of a short series of classes, and some offer a full year program.
If you intend on working as a full-time massage therapist, different cities and states have different licensing requirements and regulations. Your local school will be able to let you know the specifics for your community.
Massage training graduates can work in health clinics, wellness centers, resorts or hotels, massage businesses or in private practice. The general field is growing significantly. Experienced therapists can choose when and where they would prefer to work.
We will do our best to show you some of the better courses in your city.
- Therapeutic Massage
Fortis Institute can give you the skills you need to train for a career in the healthcare field.
* Programs vary by location
* Please contact each individual campus for accreditation information
- Massage Therapy
Prepare for a Career That You Will Love … in Massage Therapy!
Do you want a career that offers the satisfaction of helping people and a work environment that is positive and exciting? With the education you will receive at the Virginia School of Massage, that career can be yours.
- Professional Massage Therapy Program
As a student at South University, you will have the opportunity to learn from accomplished faculty members who have real-world experience in the subjects that they teach. Our small class sizes allow you to receive personalized attention from instructors, and the encouragement to recognize your goals for the future and the means to achieve them.
- Physical Therapist Assistant (AS)