People often turn to massage therapy to relieve stress or pain. If you enjoy interacting with and helping others, consider a career as a Massage Therapist. You can learn to be one at our campus located near the Reading, Wyomissing, Philadelphia, and Sinking Spring areas.
Our Massage Therapy Program program provides hands-on training to help you become a talented Massage Therapist. These massage classes cover the most popular massage techniques and practices, as well as the theory and science behind them.
BTI's qualified instructors are committed to helping you start a successful and satisfying career in massage therapy.
In the Massage Therapy program, you will learn everything you need to know to enter the field. You will take classes that cover the theory behind massage, sanitation practices and different types of massage.
Key classes in this program include:
Throughout the program, there is a focus on promoting healing and overall wellness. Each of your Massage Therapy classes is meant to help you become a skilled, knowledgeable Massage Therapist.
As a Massage Therapist, you'll be able to work in a variety of health and wellness settings, including:
Upon completion of the program, you will be eligible to take the National and/or MBLEX licensing exam, which can lead to even more job opportunities.
Students in our Massage Therapy program complete an externship so they can practice what they've learned in the classroom. Gaining experience in a professional setting is excellent preparation for your career.
BTI also has their own spa facilities for students to get hands-on training with other students and outside Licensed Massage Therapists.
At BTI, it is our goal to provide students with the skills they need to succeed in the career of their dreams and create a memorable learning experience. We are here to support you through the application process, during your time at BTI, and even after graduation.
When you apply to BTI, you will have a team dedicated to helping you every step of the way on the path to your new career. From applying for grants, loans and other forms of financial assistance (financial aid is available for those who qualify) to helping you find a job after graduation and beyond. Learn more about how to get started.
If you'd like to train to be a Massage Therapist, don't put your career on hold. Contact our Admissions Representatives online or calling 888.881.5954 to request additional information about our programs and applying to BTI.* Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Massage Therapists,