Description

Students in Asheville, North Carolina, looking for a massage therapy education at one of the area’s longest running COMTA accredited institutions should consider the Center for Massage and Natural Health.

The center is located in the heart of downtown Asheville, surrounded by numerous restaurants, cafés and art galleries. When you’re not studying, you’ll have the opportunity to enrich your college life by taking part in the city’s offerings.

Academics offered by the massage school include a Massage and Natural Health Therapy certification program. It is a six-month, 600-hour program that covers areas like:

  • Massage Therapy and Bodywork
  • Spa Treatments and Aromatherapy
  • Shiatsu Theory and Practice
  • Neuromuscular Therapy
  • Somatic Psychology

Once you complete the program, you’ll be prepared to take the North Carolina state board licensing examination. In addition, you’ll be eligible for practice according to national certification standards, as the educational program goes above and beyond the requirements of North Carolina.

As a graduate, you’ll receive lifetime job placement assistance provided by the center’s expert career staff. You’ll also be able to brush up on your skills through the school’s continuing education programs.

To kick start an exciting career as a massage therapist, admissions require you to be at least 18 years of age, hold a high school diploma or GED and demonstrate an ethical character, willingness to learn and motivation to succeed.

Students who demonstrate the need for tuition assistance can receive financial aid through federal Pell and SEO grants and direct Stafford and PLUS loans.

Students who satisfactorily complete the program may also qualify for education tax credits and deductions.

Quick Facts about Center for Massage & Natural Health

Region

Southeast

Setting

Large Town Setting

Type

Private/For Profit

Size

Small (Under 2,000 Students)

On-Campus Housing Available

Yes

Selectivity

Open Admissions

Tuition

$7,900

Enrollment

29

Licenses, Accreditations, and Memberships

Licenses ?
Licenses typically come from educational departments, boards, or commissions that regulate educational institutions in the state.

  • National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
  • North Carolina Board of Massage & Bodywork Therapy
  • US Department of Education

Accreditations ?
Accreditation refers to the practice of being reviewed by an independent, non-profit accrediting agency that specializes in educational quality.

  • Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation

Memberships ?
Memberships are voluntary associations a school belongs to.

  • Alliance for Massage Therapy Education
  • American Massage Therapy Association
  • Assoc. of Bodywork & Massage Professionals

Students

Total Students
29

Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students

Full-Time
100%
Part-Time
0%

Ethnic Diversity

African-American
3%
Caucasian
86%
Latino
3%
Other
8%

International Students

International
0%
Domestic
100%

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