Looking for a Massage Therapy Program in Cary, NC? Miller-Motte College Can Help You Get the Training Needed to Start A New Career!
Do you enjoy meeting new people? Would you like to have a positive impact on people's health? Are you searching for a Massage Therapy program in Cary, North Carolina? Then consider enrolling in Miller-Motte College’s Massage Therapy program and earning your diploma in Massage Therapy.
Hundreds of students from Cary, Durham, Morrisville and Apex have learned the techniques of Massage Therapy in as few as eight months with Miller-Motte College. You can too!
Our combination of hands-on education and classroom training provides the preparation you need to qualify for an exciting career as a Massage Therapist.
What Do Students Learn in a Massage Therapist Training Program?
At Miller-Motte College, our programs are specially designed to include traditional learning as well as opportunities to practice what you've learned firsthand. When you graduate, you'll have a well-rounded background and be confident in your skills. Our instructors have experience working in their industry so you can benefit from the knowledge they've gathered throughout their experiences.
The Massage Therapy program at Miller-Motte College is comprehensive, meaning we teach you everything you'll need to know to succeed as a Massage Therapist. In your courses, you will learn about the following:
- Seated Massage
- Swedish Massage
- Anatomy and Physiology, and more
In addition, you will participate in clinics where you will get to work with clients and implement what you've learned. This allows you to hone your skills as well as gain a stronger understanding of other aspects of the business, such as scheduling client appointments.
Once you've completed the program, you will will be eligible for professional licensure once all the course and testing requirements have been met, and are therefore adequately prepared to take the Massage and Bodywork Licensure Exam (MBLEx).
For more information about our Massage Therapy program, please download the Course Catalog.
Massage Therapy Career Paths
As a Massage Therapist, you could work in a spa, at a hospital or even open your own practice. Having the freedom to apply your skills in a range of environments ensures that you'll find a job that matches your goals.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has predicted that the demand for Massage Therapists will increase 23% by 2022. This means there will be many career opportunities for you to explore.
At Miller-Motte College, we believe it's important to prepare you for the workforce not only by teaching you the skills needed for your career, but also for conducting a job search. We offer seminars on interviewing, résumé writing and more, so you'll know what employers are looking for in new hires.
Along with this career preparation, your education will provide you with a range of career options such as:
Massage Therapists with the proper license or certification are in demand for positions at spas, private practices or chiropractic offices. If you'd like, you can specialize in a specific type of Massage, such as deep tissue or seated Massage to help relieve pain and improve mobility.
Postsecondary Health Specialist Teacher
Those in this position run Massage Therapist training programs. You will work with students to educate them about the different types of Massage and techniques so that they can provide pain relief and relaxation. In order to become a Postsecondary Health Specialist Teacher, you will need to complete additional state requirements.
Ready to Enroll in a Massage Therapy Program? Get Started Today at Miller-Motte College Today!
If you'd like a job that doesn't require sitting behind a desk all day and that allows you to help others feel better, consider the Massage Therapy program at Miller-Motte College in Cary, NC. If you have questions or would like additional information, call us at 800.705.9182 or click here to request more information about our Massage Therapy classes.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Massage Therapists, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/massage-therapists.htm (visited May 22, 2015).