Are you interested in health and wellness? Would you like to help clients reduce their stress and relieve their pain? If so, Seacoast Career Schools' Massage Therapy program may be the program for you. As professionals in the allied health field, massage therapists can help their clients in many ways, from relieving anxiety and encouraging relaxation to reducing pain and increasing flexibility. If you're considering massage therapy schools, read on!
Massage therapy is becoming more popular, as more and more people enjoy the benefits that massage can bring. Massage therapists can be found working in a range of settings, such as spas and resorts, hospitals and nursing homes, shopping malls, fitness clubs, and other massage facilities.
At Seacoast, our massage therapy program trains students in a wide range of classical massage techniques, advanced therapeutic procedures, and soft tissue manipulation. Students will also learn about massage techniques for special populations, such as professional athletes, pregnant women, and seniors.
If you are checking out massage therapy schools, explore our pages to learn how the Massage Therapy program at Seacoast can help get you started in this exciting field.
Career Description: Massage Therapist
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Sample Courses: Massage Therapy
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Career Services: Massage Therapy
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