Create a niche for yourself before you get in the field!
Join one of our Massage Therapy Programs in St. Louis, MO.
Within our Massage Therapy Programs, students can choose Allied Modality classes from five different areas: Medical Massage, Spa Treatments, Structural Bodywork, Eastern/Energetic Therapies, and Specialty Bodywork.
Students may customize their program, with the help of the Program Administrator, by choosing a “specialist track” in a specific Allied Modality area of bodywork, or they can complete the general program, taking classes from all five areas.
Carving out a niche before you graduate can help you get a head start on your career. Some students choose to do a Massage Therapy Internship, while others participate in Community Service Projects, each under the supervision of an approved instructor or supervisor. All students also learn savvy business skills, to help them gain a leg up once they are licensed.
We keep our class sizes small so there is more one-on-one attention from the instructor. Students complete tests which are multiple choice, just like the MBLEx National Board Exam. In this way, they can build confidence in their test taking skills to get ready for the BIG day of the Exam. Our instructors are like Coaches ~ continually cheering on our students, reminding them “Yes, you can do it!” It is invigorating to watch students come alive with the material presented when they begin to believe in themselves and feel the accomplishment of the new skills they have gained. And our Pass Rate on the MBLEx Board Exam is one of the highest in the Bi-State area with 100% for first time candidates in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019!! We are SO Proud of our Graduates and all they do in their Massage and Bodywork profession!
A description of our Massage Therapy Programs are given below. For more detailed information, contact us for a catalog and a tour of the School.
Massage Therapy Programs
This program is designed to satisfy the 500 hour course requirement allowing eligibility to sit for the National Board Exam (MBLEx). The curriculum satisfies the educational requirements of the Missouri State Board of Therapeutic Massage. At the completion of the Massage Therapy Program, the student receives a Certificate of Completion. The student is then instructed on how to apply for the National Board Exam and State Licensure.
Coursework is presented using various teaching methodologies, including: lecture, demonstration, hands-on experience, and small group discussion.
Massage Therapy Programs, geared to the Health Care Provider
This program is for those licensed health care professionals who want to add Massage Therapy to their list of skills so that they may better assist their patients. The Program Administrator will evaluate your training and education, and determine the best program for you. This program is often accelerated to help you get your license quickly so that you can offer massage and bodywork services to the patients you care for. Some of your college classes can be transferred in and other classes you can test out of.
With our many options, there is bound to be a program that is right for you. And just imagine the added value you will bring to your workplace!