HolisticJunction.com Featured School of the Week July 1, 2007: The Massage Center

Kneading a career? If the prospects of becoming a professional massage therapist interest you,HolisticJunction.com Featured School of the Week July 1, 2007: The Massage Center Articles then the Massage Center in California (Campuses located in Chatsworth and Thousand Oaks) provides candidates with comprehensive training to fulfill your educational and professional aspirations.

The 300-hour massage therapist program at the Massage Center entails a broad variety of bodywork modalities including Swedish massage, sports massage, chiropractic massage, deep tissue massage, Reiki, therapeutic stretching, chair massage, pregnancy massage, infant massage, hot stone massage, craniosacral therapy, reflexology, aromatherapy, Thai massage, neuromuscular re-education, lymphatic drainage, and associated business practices.

The advanced massage therapist 구로 서울안마 program at the Massage Center is comprised of 100 training hours, and involves in-depth instruction in various therapeutic workshops and practical experience. (Therapeutic workshops include specialized training in sports massage, Reiki I and II, and additional hands-on instruction on subjects taught in the 300-hour course.) The Massage Center’s hands-on training is provided through its public clinic, where trained students administer hot stone, deep tissue, and pregnancy massage in professional atmospheres.

Students who successfully complete all required coursework are awarded massage certificates and are sufficiently prepared to enter the field of massage therapy. Furthermore, the Massage Center extends continuing education classes to licensed massage therapists, as well as massage therapy students.

In addition to the general programs at the Massage Center, the public is welcome to participate in assorted healing classes that teach about aromatherapy, infant massage, and even energy healing. The Massage Center is state approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education in California, and is also approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) for continuing education.

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