The Massage Therapy 650 introduces students to the subjects of Massage Theory and Technique, Anatomy and Physiology, Pathology, Kinesiology, and Ethics, Professionalism, and Business Practices. In addition, the students will involve in a supervised clinical internship prior to graduation and licensure.
Upon program graduation and licensure, students can work as massage therapists. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 26% from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.
Massage Therapists can work in an array of settings, such as spas, franchised clinics, physicians’ offices, hotels, or fitness centers. Some massage therapists travel to clients’ homes or offices or work out of their own homes.
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Basic of Traditional Massage
- Basic of Traditional Swedish Massage
- Basic Shiatsu Routine & 16 Movements
- Aroma Therapy
- Patterns of Ki
- Sport Massage
- Chair Massage
- The Front, Back, and Side Channels
- Trigger Points
- Advance Techniques Including Deep Tissue and Advance Swedish Techniques
- Ethics & Professionalism
- Supervised Clinical Experience