|Texas Health School Massage 50 minutes||$ 25.00|
|Texas Health School Massage 75 minutes||$ 37.50|
|Texas Health School Massage 100 minutes||$ 50.00|
|Texas Health School Hot Stone Massage 50 minutes||$ 37.50|
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The Massage Therapy Program is designed to provide the students with clinical and administrative skills, which will enable them to complete the massage therapy program as well as apply for the Massage Therapy Examination required for registration as a massage therapist under the Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 455*. Graduates of the program are prepared for employment in private practice or positions with spas, salons, chiropractors, medical doctors, physical therapists, sports medicine, and wellness centers. License Number MS-0160.
Some of the classes the students complete in the Massage Therapy Program.
Students will learn the history of hot stone massage. The student will understand the benefits and contraindications of hot stone techniques, gain knowledge of the various types of stones used the placement of the stones on the body, and the proper sanitation and maintenance of the stones and heating equipment. The student will learn how to use stones in a clinical setting to enhance the therapeutic benefit for the client.
Students will learn through a combination of lecture, demonstration, and hands-on practice how to effectively massage without strain, how to breathe and move with correct body mechanics for each of the primary techniques of Swedish Massage including effleurage, petrissage, friction, vibration, tapotement, and joint mobilization. This classical form of massage forms the foundation upon which all other styles of massage are based.