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How to Finance Your Neuromuscular & Massage Therapy Educational Program

Interested in becoming a massage therapist but you don’t know how you are going to pay for it?  Payments could be as low as $245 per month!!! Here’s how our program works: •    Deposit of $1,200 is due when the applicant has been notified of acceptance. •   […]

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96% Pass Rate on Licensure Exam.

Over the past two years, 52 alumni have taken the Massage and Bodywork Licensure Exam (MBLex) to obtain their NC Massage and Bodywork License. Of those 52 recent graduates, 50 passed the exam on their first attempt. They were well prepared to take the exam from their […]

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Ethics, to create a professional environment!

For everyone in the business of Physical Therapy, it´s extremely important to have a good knowledge and respect for the Ethic Code of Conduct established by the Medical Spa Association, because this is the main tool, we have, to keep each treatment as polite, efficient and comfortable to both the client and the therapist.

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New Year, New Career

(Welcome to the Massage Therapy Profession) The Healthcare industry is a rapidly growing field. With so many professionals having to deal with so much stress at work while balancing their daily lives, the tension continues to break down our bodies. A worn down body can lead to […]

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Physical Benefits of Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

“Neuromuscular massage therapy, also called myofascial trigger point therapy, is a touch therapy that focuses on sensitive points in your muscles called trigger points. According to MayoClinic.com, “sensitive areas of tight muscle fibers can form in your muscles after injuries or overuse,” which can cause muscle and […]

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Massage & Its Healing Benefits

“One imagines tranquility and peace when they hear the word massage, but there are many types that are widely used ranging from the foot to the head, relaxing to therapeutic. Massages can help in instantly relaxing you from fatigue and tiredness and easing muscle pains, with Thai […]

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Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

“If you are like the thousands of other people in this world who have turned to massage therapy in an attempt to ease pain, then you have probably stumbled across the words “neuromuscular therapy” or “neuromuscular massage” in your research. The two terms – therapy and massage […]

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Different Types of Massage

“Many different types of massage are offered at places from health care facilities and fitness centers to resorts and spas. Here’s a sampling: Swedish: Intended to relax and energize you, this is the most common type. Long strokes, kneading and friction techniques are used on the more […]

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Massage Reduces Stress in Breast Cancer Patients

“According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. As a result of this devastating disease, many women are susceptible to stress disorders. The National Cancer Institute states that as many as one in five women with breast […]

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Effect of Massage on Chronic Low Back Pain

“Lower back pain is one of the most common conditions in the United States and a leading reason why people see a doctor. Four out of five adults will suffer from low back pain during their lives. Unlike lower back pain, which is often caused by muscle […]

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MISSION STATEMENT

We provide personalized training in the art and science of therapeutic massage, focusing on advanced-level professional careers, continuing education, and personal growth. Our philosophy is rooted in a holistic approach, which encourages our students to explore personal development of the mind, body, and spirit.

TESTIMONIALS

“What has impressed me the most is the instructor’s teaching style. While it is accepted that certain protocols must be followed, their hands-on approach is informative and encouraging.”

– Kaitlyn Boullosa

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