To Be A Professional Massage Therapist

The Massage Therapy program at GTS provides career training for a career as a Massage Therapist. Topics covered in the program are medical massage,  sports massage, spa treatment modalities, and additional massage therapy modalities including lymph drainage, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy. The program also covers anatomy & physiology, kinesiology, pathology, CPR and First Aid certification, professional ethics, hygiene, and business principles. Graduates of this program have the ability to apply the skills and concepts learned in a spa or clinical setting.

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Program Detail

Program Courses

Session I – 226 Hours
CodeProgramHours
FM101Foundation of Massage8
FM102Ethics and Business Practices5
FM103Eastern Therapeutic Concepts:15
FM104Infection Control, Safety, Health, and Hygiene:5
BM201Orientation of the Human Body10
BM202Anatomy and Physiology, I31
BM203Anatomy and Physiology II37
BM204Anatomy and Physiology III57
BM205Kinesiology58
TOTAL226
Session II –309 Hours
BM206Pathology40
MT301Swedish Massage25
MT302Integrative Deep Tissue Massage25
MT303Massage Therapy and Practice169
MT304Medical Massage50
TOTAL309
 
Session III –65 Hours
MT305Hydrotherapy and Spa10
MT306Reflexology5
MT307Chair Massage10
CT 310Clinical Training I20
CT 311Clinical Training II20
TOTAL 65
GRAND TOTAL 600