BECOMING A MASSAGE THERAPIST | A POSITIVE CAREER OUTLOOK
Massage therapists use touch to treat clients’ injuries and to promote the client’s overall wellbeing. By kneading muscles and other soft tissues of the body, massage therapists work with the body to heal naturally. Becoming a massage therapist means choosing a career that has the potential to improve a client’s quality of life both physically and emotionally. Employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 26% from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.
Continued growth in the demand for massage services could lead to new job openings for massage therapists. If you become a licensed massage therapist, you could potentially fulfill a range of client needs whether that means helping relieve someone’s stress or rehabilitating a sports injury.
During your massage therapy courses at Mildred Elley, you will have the support of our talented instructors as you learn a variety of massage techniques including Thai massage and deep tissue massage. We provide a small and intimate class setting that allows you to train with seasoned professors to sharpen your skills through hands-on experience in massage sessions.
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