ASIS Massage Education
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|Program Length||800 hours|
|Average Completion||7 months|
In the School's Words
We know that you want to learn more than just the basics, so we do things a little differently. Our focus is on you-the student-as a whole. At ASIS you will learn valuable business, life, and communication skills which set you apart from other massage therapists-skills that prepare you to achieve success both professionally and personally.
We offer support even after you graduate with our Alumni Program, which features job listings and other helpful tools; and through Continuing Education, to help keep you up to date with licensure requirements.
If you're making a commitment to your future, we're making a commitment to you.
Education is an investment. You should get the highest return possible.
Why Become a Massage Therapist?
Increased awareness of the health benefits of massage therapy has created a rapid growth in opportunities. The United States Department of Labor estimates that between now and 2024, job opportunities for massage therapists are expected to increase 22 percent-a rate the Dept. of Labor calls "much faster than average" compared to the average job growth rate of 7 percent for all other careers.
But there is so much more to a career in massage therapy than job growth.
Imagine using your hands to ease someone's pain.
Imagine if going to work meant improving your clients' quality of life, as well as your own.
Imagine a career that brings you joy.
About This School
There is an application fee of $50. Please contact this school to learn more about how to apply.
45% of students received financial aid. Students were awarded $4,937 on average.
First-time undergraduate students in the 2021 school year.
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