Massachusetts Massage Therapy Schools
Massachusetts is a state of firsts: Boston Common became the first public park in the United States in 1634, the first basketball game happened in Springfield in 1891, the first subway system in the country started running in 1897 and the first Dunkin Donuts location showed up in Quincy in 1950, to the delight of coffee lovers. So why not start your path to becoming a massage therapist in a state with so many great minds? A quality massage therapy career is only a phone call away! Specific educational requirements are necessary to gain licensure as a massage therapist in Massachusetts-specifically, your massage therapy school should provide you with at least 650 course hours, with at minimum 550 hours of academic courses and 100 hours of hands-on clinical massage therapy experience. When you're not in class, soak up the rich Colonial history. Visit any of the Revolutionary War battle sites or discover Plymouth Rock, where the Mayflower made landfall back in 1620, leading to the first Thanksgiving the year after. The great city of Boston is also a popular destination thanks to its restaurants, educational institutions, sporting venues, and cultural and historical attractions.
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Spa Tech Institute- Westboro, MA, USA
Important note on lasers: The states of Massachusetts and Maine does not allow esthetics schools to teach lasers.Holistic Massage Therapeutic Massage
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