Request FREE Information from Top Massage Therapy Schools Near You Below!

If you don’t see a massage school near you in the list below, use the search box to the right hand side of your screen. Simply enter your zip code and get a full list of massage therapy schools near you who you can immediately request information from for free.

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Start your career with training from Schools of Medical Massage. Our massage therapy programs include courses in anatomy, ethics, and business, so our students are fully equipped to succeed in their career.

Programs:

  • Massage Therapy
Locations:  Dayton

Cortiva Institute School of Massage Therapy's innovative program will help you learn the art of massage therapy and introduce you to a range of career opportunities. Through a holistic approach to education, you'll be well-trained to work in clinics, hospitals, health clubs, spas, with sport teams, or to start a private practice.

 

Classes start November 13!

Programs:

  • Massage Therapy
Locations:  Belmar

Dorsey has been a trusted career training school in Michigan for over 80 years!


We offer training programs designed to prepare our students for careers in fields such as healthcare, beauty, culinary, and skilled trades

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Programs:

  • Massage Therapy
Locations:  Madison Heights
Branford Hall Career Institute offers career-focused education that gives you the job skills you need to make the leap into some of today's hottest careers.

Programs:

  • Massage Therapy
Locations:  Parsippany

Since 1977, Keiser University has maintained a practical, hands-on approach to career-focused education to help our students achieve their personal and professional goals.  Our student-centered approach remains at the foundation of the Keiser University mission and continues to attract students who prefer a more personal learning experience. 

Programs:

  • Associate of Science in Massage Therapy
Locations:  Port Saint Lucie

At American Institute, we believe you can become whatever you want to be, and we’re ready to help you get there. We pride ourselves on working hard to deliver quality, innovative education to our students that gives them the skills to begin or enhance their careers. We try to help our students meet their goals of changing or enhancing their careers, and also help prospective employers of our graduates in meeting the workforce needs of the 21st century while actively participating in the communities we operate within.

Programs:

  • Massage Therapy
Locations:  West Hartford

Pursue your education with Platt College (Oklahoma). We offer hands-on training programs in the culinary arts, allied health, and nursing fields.

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*High school diploma or GED required.

*Licensed by OBPVS.

Programs:

  • Massage Therapy
Locations:  Lawton
Successful careers begin at the Milan Institute. We offer quality hands-on training, experienced faculty and a staff committed to helping you realize your goals.

Programs:

  • Massage Therapy
Locations:  Fresno

Blue Cliff College was founded in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1987 with the goal of becoming one of the most respected Massage Therapy training centers in the nation. In June of 1989, the College in Louisiana received its Proprietary School License from the state. In 1998, the Continuing Education College was proud to receive accreditation from the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the US Department of Education.

Programs:

  • Massage Therapy - Diploma
Locations:  Fayetteville

Arizona College prepares students to work in the 'real world' of medicine. With the use of lecture and laboratory teaching, we provide our students with hands on experience.

Programs:

  • Massage Therapy
Locations:  Glendale
35 comments on “Request FREE Information from Top Massage Therapy Schools Near You Below!
  1. Sheryl says:

    hi,
    I noticed that you have not listed my school on your list of massage schools, nor others in my town or area. why not?
    thanks

  2. Mary Lowe says:

    Hello i am interested in attending my local massage therapy school in August. And looking for funding and would like to know how to apply to your scholarship. Thank you for your time Mary Lowe.

  3. robert orena says:

    im looking for a 1 year or less school accredited or not in my area . I live longisland ny

  4. Jolyn Snider says:

    I’m looking for Massage Therapy Courses in the Central GA area.

  5. Lauren Golin says:

    I found the article interesting, but feel it was about becoming an instructor of a school. I am looking for information about becoming an independent Continuing Education Instructor. Do you have information about that?

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Lauren, we have many volunteers who were previously CE instructors and some that are doing it today. we can certainly contemplate an article on this topic. with that said, you will have to be registered to be able to provide CE credits as the first step.

      • Lauren Golin says:

        I would love to see an article that possibly helps to give the necessary steps to become an instructor. Hope you do that.

  6. Debbie Schenk says:

    I dont see where to message you privately. But I don’t see my school listed as well. How can I get that changed.

  7. Michele Toner says:

    Aloha. I am interested in becoming a massage teacher. I have my own massage business and looking for a change. I live in Palm Coast, Fl. I know there is a school in Daytona & I believe in St Augustine however I can not fond either one on this website, or on line. I do have an Associate in Massage & Skin Care & been practicing for 12 years. If you can help I would appreciate. Thank you

  8. Sheryl Daniel says:

    Michele,
    To be a massage teacher you simply need to be hired to teach at a school. There is no certification in teaching massage. As a school owner in Colorado, I hire locally and therapist I know when I need help. You should contact schools in your area first. Also check out the Teaching Massage text by Anne Williams, it is an excellent resource for anyone wanting to teach. If you do the free online CEU’s with that book you would be an attractive candidate for employment anywhere. 🙂 Good Luck!

  9. D says:

    I have been a massage therepist for around 8 years. Im now a young 50yr old but dont have the energy to do treatments. I would like to find out what my options in being a trainer could be…or join up with someone running a business as i dont have the savvy business skills…any advice pleade. Im uk based but willing to travel!!☺ many thanks

    • Neal Lyons says:

      D – we have plenty of articles that discuss alternative careers for therapists. Why don’t you browse the site. You will find more info on options such as instructing, organizations/associations, CE courses, running a business and much more.

  10. Archana Rath says:

    where can I find list of online massage schools?

  11. Ian says:

    Hi, I’m interested on blended course program, do you have a list of school providers near Atlanta, GA. I think i could benefit more on this kind of program. Thanks in Advance.

  12. Kendra Montgomery says:

    Hello, I am looking for a massage school close to the Graham/Breckenridge, TX area..

    Thank you!

  13. Amanda says:

    I need to find a massage school near me i live in Harriman,TN for Evenings and need to know if you can go part time because I have children…

    • Neal Lyons says:

      Amanda, yes you can go and you can consider online schools for the non hands on part of the program. use our search box to find all the schools near you. once you find them, you can request free information through our website. they will mail you all the info.

  14. Christina Davenport says:

    Can you please help me find a school in the Shreveport/Bossier area

    • Neal Lyons says:

      have you used our search box to the top right Christina? what are you seeing?

      • Robynne Kingswood says:

        It’s incredibly misleading to say you are the source for finding massage school Neal.
        Prospective students need to be guided to the regulator in their province or state in order to see the full scope of education options available to them as well as who meets regulation requirements in their area.
        Not sure why a partial list with of schools with “addictions counselling” and “social work” programs mixed into your list many recognized schools are excluded.
        You have some great info here, but this misdirection really detracts trust in your posts.

        • Neal Lyons says:

          Robynne – thank you for your feedback. happy to incorporate missing information if you can point out specifics. let us know how we can better the site. as you know this is volunteer based work, and not the only resources, but just one of many students can use in their pursuit. we have links to the state boards, where the students can get more information as you suggested. believe this is what you meant when you said “regulator in their province or state”.

  15. D'Audra Metoyer says:

    Are there any massage therapy schools or massage spas that donate their time to nonprofit organizations?

  16. Pino says:

    Has any of the “Become an instructor” articles been released? I beginning to kick that idea around.

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