Spring Class starting March 6, 2017

We are excited to announce a Spring Class starting March 6, 2017.

Are you interested in becoming a massage therapist?  Here is your chance to become one!  We are now enrolling for our Spring Class.

Spring Class 2017

Spring Class Schedule:

Nights: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
March 6, 2017 to July 29, 2018

Before you come in for your tour, view our virtual tour.  Click here

Some important information I want to be sure you know:
  • Classes take approximately 16 Months to complete.
  • Payment plan available for only $29.00 per week.
  • Small classes ~  Our max class size is 18 students.
  • Instruction for all education levels and learning styles.
  • Learn real world skills for massage therapy, not just learning for a “test”.
  • Learn more than “relaxation” massage ~ Our classes include Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, and Spa Services such as Salt Scrubs and Body Wraps.

Call now to schedule your tour at 325.646.4272 or click here to have our admission staff contact you

Some links with more information

Frequently asked questions
The difference between the classes
Top 5 reasons to become a Massage Therapy Student
Have us contact you!

8 thoughts on “Spring Class starting March 6, 2017

    • Presently, our classes are in Brownwood. We have several students come in for the weekend classes from San Angelo, since it is only an hour and half drive. We just had a weekend class start, but I can still enroll you in it by 1/27/17. Our next weekend class will start in the June/July time frame.

    • Sherry, we are looking at opening a school in Abilene some time in the future. Right now, we have several students that commute in, since it is just over an hour drive here from Abilene.

  1. Krista Ashby says:

    Hello,

    I live in Abilene and I was curious how far in the future you think it might be before opening a school here? Thanks!!

    • Hi Krista! We do not currently have any plans to open a school in Abilene. At the present time, we have a lot of students that do drive in from Abilene for class. Many of them ride together.

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