Branford Hall's Massage Therapist Training Program
Do you want to work in a field that promotes health, wellness, and harmony? If so, you may want to become a massage therapist. As a massage therapist, you can help your clients reduce their pain, manage their anxiety, and improve their overall health.
Public interest in alternative health care is on the rise, and massage therapy is becoming popular in a range of settings, from spas and fitness clubs, to hospitals and nursing homes.
At Branford Hall's Massage Therapist training program, you will learn a variety of massage techniques, from acupressure and deep tissue massage to reflexology and Swedish massage. You will also learn about treating clients with special concerns, such as pregnant women, athletes, and the elderly. If you're looking at massage therapy schools. find out how Branford Hall can help prepare you for a rewarding career in massage therapy.
A Day in the Life
As a massage therapist, your days may include the following activities:
- Talk with clients about their health and the desired results of therapy
- Evaluate clients to assess painful or tense areas of the body
- Prepare linens, music, lighting, products
- Deliver the appropriate type of massage for the patient
- Provide clients with guidance on stretching, posture, strengthening, and relaxation
- Develop marketing strategies to build a bigger client base
- Handle administrative work, such as billing and networking
Massage Therapist as a Career
Find out what your job will be like, the job outlook, and salary trends.
Sample Massage Therapy Training Program Courses
Read about the courses that will prepare you for your new career.
Placement Services at Branford Hall
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