The Massage Therapy Certificate Program integrates theory (classroom) and hands-on (lab) training for an entry-level job as a professional massage therapist. Students develop the knowledge necessary to develop therapeutic treatment plans and apply appropriate massage techniques with focus on whole body wellness. Graduates are prepared for employment opportunities in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, medical offices, spas, health clubs, and private practice and are eligible to sit for the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Exam (MBLEx). While in the program, students will have supervised clinical instruction designed to develop client-based skills and techniques. The curriculum is designed sequentially, to allow the student to master basic skills and competencies first, before progressing to more challenging skills and techniques.
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Careers in Massage Therapy
Today, massage therapists play an important role in caring for a variety of medical issues, from rehabilitation of injuries to clinical depression. Their role is to listen to their clients' needs and provide a massage experience to treat these issues.
Massage therapists can work in any number of environments, from health clinics to private practices. On the job, most massage therapists generally have a variety of duties, including creating a soothing environment, providing the massage necessary to alleviate the client's issues, checking in regularly with the client throughout, to ensure comfort and respecting each individual's privacy and comfort levels.
Massage Therapy Career Paths
- Rehab clinics and hospitals
- Cruise ships, hotels and resorts
- Health and wellness centers
- Self-employed private practice
Degrees We Offer
- Certificate Program | 1 year
- This entire program can be completed at our Bethlehem Campus