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53 comments on “Request Free Information from Top Massage Therapy Schools Near You Now
  1. Diane says:

    Looking for massage schools in the west metro area of Mpls/St Paul, MN.

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Diane, have you used our database to search for qualified / credible massage schools in the area you are interested in? If so please provide feedback specifically regarding what works/what does not work. We are always looking to improve search capability and add more credible institutions to our list.

  2. Dennis fout jr says:

    Looking to go back to school and I want to learn how to be a massage therapist

  3. Mary Adams says:

    We are a well-established and reputable Massage School in Toms River, NJ, with a progressive curriculum and wish to be listed on your website. Please advise how we can make this happen. Thank you!

    Namaste’

    Mary Adams
    Owner/Director
    Body In Mind Massage Institute
    1837 Hooper Avenue, Suite B
    Toms River, NJ 08753
    732-608-7781

  4. SANDRAS says:

    I AM LOOKING FOR AN EQUINE MESSAGE THERAPY ACREDITED ONLINE PREFERED BUT FEDERAL STUDENT AID A MUST. ANY ONE CAN HELP?

    • Neal Lyons says:

      We are quite sure that you will need practical hands-on experience along with that. Massage therapy certifications/licenses cannot be obtained only through online education.

  5. Patsy R Potts says:

    Please send information on the top message therapy schools in my area.
    Thanks,
    Patsy

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Patsy, use our database and enter your zip code. You will get a list of schools near you. You can then click on the request more info button and fill out the form to have the free information sent to your mailing address.

  6. Teresa says:

    Do any massage therapy schools in ohio offer the ability to just do the hands on portion of the learning?..i am taking courses through USCAREERINSTITUTION.ORG..but they said i could do the hands on at a local school instead of going to Colorado for 4 weeks. Do you know any schools that would allow me to finish my training in ohio?

  7. Teresa says:

    do you know if USCAREERINSTITUTE.EDU is accepted in ohio?

  8. Brenda says:

    I am interested in going to a massage therapy school I am an esthetician and want to add massage to increase my income. I work at a resort in northern Michigan and they will lay me off for 4 months to go back to school to further my education…. I have found an accelerated program in coasta rica that takes 3 1/2 months. I cannot afford to take off more time than that and I haven’t found any other programs in the states that require less than 6 months. The closest school in my area is 3 hours away and takes 10 months. I can do the same hours in coasta rica school of massage in half the time Since they are an international school what are my options for student loans. I cannot do it without loan money. I have borrowed in the past for my esthetic program and I have made regular payments for three years. Could you please advise me what my options are for loans and or grants. Thank you

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Brenda – you may see that your options are less as you look outside the contiguous United States. Please also take into account cost of housing / traveling vs cost of education locally and the opportunity cost of lost wages as the schooling is longer. Another thing to look out for is whether your Costa Rica credits will apply in the State you are interested in practicing in. Many variables here. Let us know what you are thinking, what you are leaning toward and why.

  9. Mitch says:

    hey i was wondering if you have heard of a massage therapy school run by Loree Kennedy called Sanative Tranquility, i was hoping to see if there were student loan or financial aid opportunities to take advantage of. Thank you for your time

  10. Julie Collins says:

    Looking for a massage Therapy school in Austin Tx.Preferably in South Austin but I can be somewhat flexible.

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Julie – please use the search database on our site under “Massage Schools” and put in your zip code. For the most part it can detect where you are using the internet from and can tell you schools that are nearby. Good luck

  11. Cara says:

    I am looking for a massage program in N.E. PA. I have visited Fortis and read reviews from multiple sites, and they are NOT a place I would consider attending. I also visited McCann School in Dickson City and was pleased with what I found, but would love to have your feedback on that particular school before I commit. I appreciate any info you could give. Thanks!

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Hi Cara

      Please email us privately as you are seeking comments specific to a school. Happy to help you.

      • Cara says:

        Could you please tell me more about McCann’s Massage Therapy program-if there are good results for the graduates, or if the certificate received truly is a waste of time? I’m having a hard time finding info from those who have completed the program. I truly appreciate your input, and would love to know about a program in my area (Scranton, PA) that is reputable. Thank you for your time.

  12. Kierea Kellum says:

    I am going to become a massage thearpest shortly and I would like to know some information and more things so could you tell me some things about the program I want to go to school in my home town state

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Kierea, what specific questions do you have for us that we can help address? if you want specific information about the schools near you, please use our search database and input your zip code. you can request free information from as many schools as you would like. if you need some guidance, please email us directly.

  13. Deb Butcher says:

    I want to be able to do relaxation massages and am looking for information for areas near me to get a certificate.

  14. Anna Phipps says:

    I’m interested in going to massage therapy school but I’m moving to Kentucky and I don’t know any schools that have financial aid and I would need all the help I can get.when I get my licence I want to help families with autism and cancers.

  15. Looking for massage school in Dover, Delaware

  16. Malkie Citrin says:

    I have small kids at home and am Sabbath observant. I would like to start working towards a certification (recognized in Georgia), that will allow me to do other hands on work (reflexology and Craniosacral therapy).
    Is there an online program that I can learn at my pace (and finish hands on work locally?)

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Malkie, there are plenty of online programs that offer this. please use our database to search for a suitable one for you. you will have to complete the hands on portion in-person however, but you can do the rest of the coursework at home/online at your own pace.

  17. Tim Beaver says:

    I am looking for more information about massage therapy classes.

  18. Jessica says:

    If I get my training online from U.S. Career Institute and do the hands on training at their site in Colorado, will I be able to use my certificate to be a massage therapist in Illinois?

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Jessica, as long as you meet IL’s requirements you will be able to practice there. have you checked with the IL state board if what you are doing is acceptable? it is always best to check first as you want to make sure your classes and training counts toward your license in IL.

  19. Christine says:

    Does anyone know of a good or legitimate school in Casper, WY where I can be certified in massage therapy?

  20. Carol says:

    If I get my training online from U.S. Career Institute and do the hands on training at their site in Colorado, will I be able to use my certificate to be a massage therapist in Oregon?

    I have tried to reach the Board in Salem, Or, but have been unable to reach them directly.

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Carol, the general rule is that your education must meet the requirements of the state wherein you plan to get licensed and practice. Many states have similar requirements. It does not matter where you complete your education so as long you meet the requirements. Does that help?

  21. I’d like to return to massage practice in northern Kentucky.Im looking for the training in the practice as well the changes and growth over the years I worked in other businesses. I have lived in northern Kentucky all my life and would like to return doing massage to those who are not able to help themselves.

  22. Werner says:

    Schools near Chicago or Ohare area

  23. Harjeewan singh says:

    hello,my name is harjeewan singh and i want to go into massage therapy program. is cortiva institute is a good school? they have to branches here in new jersey one is in hoboken with 600 hours and one in wall township new jersey which is 650 hours which one should i go for? one last thing, is comta accreditation is necessary when picking massage school or accsc is good. thank you

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Accreditation is generally tied to your ability to sit for the exam to get you certified. Hard to say which school is better for you as it is a very personal decision. Our best advice is to request information from both and evaluate them individually.

  24. Linda says:

    Hello,
    I’m having trouble finding a school near Warner Robins, GA. Please help

  25. Shannon Wielinga says:

    I’m looking for a massage therapist course locally. Why are none coming up in Georgia for my area?

  26. Megan Fairbanks says:

    I want to start massage therapy school in Charleston, SC. What are some good schools around here?

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Megan – we are working on articles that will explain exactly how to start your own massage school in your state. please stay tuned. for a list of current schools around you, use our search box and type in the zip code

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