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If you want to learn to become a successful professional massage therapist, then the Onodaga School of Massage Therapy in Syracuse, New York, is worth looking into, especially since one admissions requirement is receiving a massage from a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist.
The school of therapy’s curriculum requires 1,000 hours of education. Upon completion, you’ll become knowledgeable about and possess skills in:
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Eastern Massage
- Swedish Massage
- Energy Techniques
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid
To make the education unique, the school will often take field trips to cadaver labs and model muscle groups in clay, or even draw them on a classmate’s body.
Full-time and part-time day and evening courses are available to work around your schedule. The full-time program takes around six months to complete, while a part-time program will take about a year.
Students will receive instruction through classroom lecture and in the student clinic, which provides the public with massages for reduced rates and students with opportunities to develop and refine massage skills.
To honor its commitment to continued education, Onodaga grants a 10% tuition discount on all continuing education classes to alumni association members if they pay in full 30 days prior to the course. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
Onondaga School of Massage Therapy
719 E Genesee St # 300
Syracuse, NY 13210
Excellent walkability. You do not need a car for this area.
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