National Massage Therapy Institute Empowers Students with Extended Program

The National Massage Therapy Institute announced on December 5th that it will modify its 750-hour massage therapy training program to broaden its student’s base knowledge of massage therapy.

Traditionally offered as 90-hour course module, students of the school will now be able to attend a 900-hour program intended to bring more detailed instruction to its all-inclusive massage therapy training program.

The new program includes eight course modules that focus on providing the specific mechanics of topics generally reserved for the former specialized course modules including condition specific like prenatal and geriatric massage.

Message therapy students will not be able to obtain in-depth training on isolated stretching, myofascial release, neuromuscular massage and a number of condition specific techniques including sports and pregnancy massage.

The National Massage Institute is dedicated to creating massage therapy professionals; staff members assist students in preparation for the national massage therapy certification test as well as state licensure procedures.  The massage therapy school boasts a full service, student centered agenda with available help in testing strategy, ethics, employability skills, and job placement.

As a strategic partner to the hugely popular franchise Massage Envy, the school offers its students an open application to many of the franchise clinic locations. Massage Envy also provides sponsorships for students as they seek out their certification and licensure.

The new 900-hour program was designed by the school’s National Director of Education and Academic Affairs, Faculty and Education Development Specialist, and the school’s advisory board.

The massage therapy program focuses on all aspects of massage and includes technical studies in pathology, kinesiology, massage theory and technique. It also hones in on the important topics that make a graduate successful after graduation including exam preparation and strategy, study strategies, business ethics, professional ethics and time management.

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