Do you want to work in a field that promotes health, wellness, and harmony? If so, you may want to consider a career in massage therapy. As a massage therapist, you can help your clients reduce their pain, manage their anxiety, and rehab athletic injuries. The massage therapy program at Harris School of Business will start you on your path toward a rewarding career.
Massage therapy is a healing art as well as a science. As a massage therapist, you can help people in a direct and meaningful way using touch to manipulate the soft-tissue muscles of the body. Massage therapists can help their clients reduce stress, manage pain, athletic rehab injuries, and improve overall health.
There are more than 80 different types of massage, including acupressure, deep tissue massage, reflexology, and Swedish massage. Treating an elderly client requires a different set of skills than massaging a pregnant mother-to-be or a professional athlete. The massage therapist program at Harris School prepares students to work with a wide range of clients.
Start Toward a Rewarding Career in Massage Therapy
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the economic outlook for massage therapy is excellent since public awareness and interest is growing in alternative healthcare options that promote well-being and a better quality of life. Regulation and licensing requirements vary from state to state. The Massage Therapy program at Harris School will prepare you to take certification exams.
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The Massage Therapy program is available at the following campuses:
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