COVID’s Impact: More People Considering a Career in Massage Therapy

2021-07-20T13:26:52-04:00April 9th, 2021|

The Coronavirus pandemic has changed life in many ways. With people stuck at home during lockdowns, and enormous changes in workplaces, many are considering lifestyle changes. Priorities and career preferences are changing. The admissions office of our massage school in Portland has fielded many inquiries lately, and we’d like to share why so many people are curious about earning a massage license at this time. What’s Driving Admissions Inquiries at Massage Schools: Portland, OR to Portland, ME, people across the country are considering a career in massage. While this is always true, it seems the Coronavirus crisis has caused a major [...]

How to Become a Massage Therapist

2021-07-20T13:26:07-04:00July 14th, 2018|

Do you dream of a job in a peaceful environment where your work makes a real difference in the lives of others? Do you enjoy working with your hands? Can you connect with people and put them at ease while still maintaining a professional demeanor? If so, massage therapy may be right for you! Read on to learn how to become a massage therapist in Oregon. Figuring out that you want to become a massage therapist is the first step. Next, you must apply to accredited massage schools in your preferred area, and with the academic programs you desire. Following acceptance [...]

How to Find the Best School for You to Take Massage Therapy Classes

2021-07-20T13:26:25-04:00December 10th, 2015|

Are you LMT-curious? Maybe people tell you that you’re great with your hands. Plus, you love helping people, and dream of getting paid to do so. If so, you may be thinking about taking massage therapy classes. Selecting a school is your first step in the journey toward becoming a professional massage therapist. In today’s post, we suggest three basic questions you can ask to figure out the best massage school for you. […]

High Demand Opens Jobs for People Trained in Massage Therapy Schools

2021-07-20T13:26:44-04:00November 13th, 2015|

Complementary and alternative medicine has grown in popularity among consumers worldwide. Although there is limited scientific research on the benefits of massage, the general public is becoming more accepting of this discipline as they experience it and find positive results for themselves. Statistics show that Americans are willing to spend their own money for alternative therapy treatments. The National Institutes of Health reported that Americans spent $34 billion on alternative medicine in 2007. These numbers show that people are willing to try different ways to achieve recovery and better health. […]

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