The school offers a 600-hour (9 or 18 month) massage therapy training which, once completed, will qualify the student to sit for the National Certification Exam in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, and become either a licensed massage therapist or registered massage practitioner in Maryland. Our program provides students the experience, hands-on-training and essential knowledge of what is needed to operate a successful massage practice. Graduates of this training will be qualified to do Swedish and deep tissue massage, and will have learned other techniques such as Craniosacral Therapy; Chakra Balancing; Myofascial Release; Acupressure; Shiatsu; Reflexology; Pre-natal Massage, Massage for infant, children & geriatric clients; and Medical Massage.
Years In Practice21
CertificationThis school was and still is the only official massage school located in Baltimore City. It is located next to the John Hopkins University Campus. Over the past decade, the school has graduated many students, and continues to provide massage therapy instruction, serving students from Baltimore City and attracting students from the surrounding areas as far as Virginia. The school is approved by the Maryland Higher Education Commission and accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education.
Office StaffTheir school has a group of ten instructors who bring 105 years of combined experience as Massage Therapists to the classroom. The teachers require that their students hold massage clinics at various times during their training where they practice their techniques on members of the public, under the supervision of their instructors. They also participate in charitable events and health fairs.
ServicesIn addition to the 600-hour massage therapy training, Holistic Massage Training Institute offers a program of community seminars for the general public, and continuing education workshops for certified massage therapists. Our continuing education workshops are taught by leading practitioners of Reiki, Kansa Vatki, Thai Massage, Indian Champissage, Trager, Melting Muscles, Hot Stone Massage, Active Isolated Stretching, Sports Massage and many other techniques. These are available to students in the 600-hour massage therapy training to supplement their learning.
I don't think I have ever been put on hold here for a long time and am so impressed with how quickly all of my questions are answered. There's nothing worse than having to wait on hold for a half an hour just to get someone to talk to you. Whenever I make an appointment, I'm always confident that they're going to be ready for me at my scheduled time. At other places I've been to, it's always bothered me when they postpone my appointment, but they've never done that here. At other places I've been to, sometimes the massage therapist's hands have been too cold, but they weren't at all here. They were the perfect temperature, which made my massage even more enjoyable.
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