Massage Therapy.


600 Clock Hours | Day & Evening Classes | English only.


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Students are taught manual techniques to manipulate the soft tissue structures of the body to prevent and alleviate pain, discomfort, muscle spasm, and stress; and, to promote health and wellness. Topics include anatomy, physiology, massage theory, Florida Law, HIV/AIDS education, hydrotherapy eastern and allied modalities taught in small classes.  Students gain hands-on experience through clinical applications.


The Bureau of labor Statistics estimates that the overall employment for Massage Therapists is projected to grow 24 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. Continued growth in the demand for massage services will lead to new openings for Massage Therapists.


Upon graduation, you may be wondering where you can work with your newly acquired education and license. You will have a multitude of options including:


  • Salon massage therapists

  • Spa massage therapists

  • Resort massage therapists

  • Chiropractic clinics

  • Athletic organizations

  • Athletic trainers

  • Sports Clinics

  • Exercise physiologists

  • Physical therapists'


Some massage therapists work in hospitals or other medical facilities. Licensed Massage Therapist may also work closely with beauty professionals like estheticians at salons and spas.


As a licensed Massage Therapist, you may also have the flexibility to create your own schedule by being self-employed or running your own business. Many self-employed massage practitioners travel with their equipment or rent out a space to practice. If you want specific clientele, you may even want to open your own massage parlor.