Next Massage Therapy Class Starts May 29th. 2017!!
Evening Class; 5:30-10:30pm, Monday -Thursday
Hurry Limited Space Available!
PROGRAM OUTLINE & COURSE DESCRIPTION
Program Outline: Massage Training Level I – 500 Course Hours
This program consists of the 500 hours required by the Texas Department of State Health Services to become registered as a massage therapist with the State. Upon successful completion of the training program, the student will be ready for the State massage therapy examination. The course requirements are as follows:
|SUBJECTS||BASIC MASSAGE THERAPY LEVEL 1 500HRS||PROFESSIONAL MASSAGE THERAPY LEVEL 11 650HRS
Not available at this time
|Swedish Massage (SM 1001)
||125 hrs||125 hrs|
|Massage Technique (MT2020)||75 hrs||75 hrs|
|Human Anatomy (HA1002)
||50 hrs||50 hrs|
|Human Physiology (HP1001)
||25 hrs||25 hrs|
||50 hrs||50 hrs|
||40 hrs||40 hrs|
||20 hrs||20 hrs|
|Business Practices, Ethics & Massage Therapy Laws(BE1005)||45 hrs||45 hrs|
|Human Health & Hygiene (HH1004)
||20 hrs||20 hrs|
|Required Internship (IN2029)
||50 hrs||50 hrs|
|Non Required Internship
| Total contact hours
Swedish Massage (SM 1001)
Students will study the basic massage technique developed by Peter Ling. Students will give and receive a full body Swedish massage. Class format includes theory and history of massage, demonstration of techniques, supervised practice, personal development, and guided relaxation techniques. The emphasis is on becoming comfortable with touching.
Massage Technique (MT2020)
Other massage modalities will be included in this study. These modalities include Thai massage, reflexology, neuromuscular/trigger points, Eastern philosophy, passive and active joint movements, nonspecific stretches, and AIS and passive/active exercise. Students learn through demonstration, hands on practice, personal instruction, video, and handouts.
Human Anatomy (HA1002)
Students will become familiar with scientific thought and medical terms for the human body. Emphasis will be placed on the musculoskeletal system, as it relates to the body worker.
Human Physiology (HP1001)
Students will explore the vital systems of the human body. The lectures are oriented to appreciate the relationship between the science of the body systems and the healing act of massage.
This course builds on the foundation of Anatomy and Physiology with an in depth study of muscle systems, individual muscle origins, actions, and insertions, proper palpation techniques to identify muscles, and their trigger points. Each day?s lesson ends with a demonstration of deep tissue techniques used to treat each muscle group.
Students will learn an in depth study of the nature, terms, conditions, symptoms, and treatments, of disease and infection. Students learn to identify conditions and disorders, indications and contraindications as they relate to massage including psychological and emotional states. The course also covers basic pharmacology as it can be used in treatments. Lessons focus on a specific body system as each condition, disorder, and disease is studied in detail.
Students will learn basic hydrotherapy principles, including the use of water in its various forms of vapor, liquid and solid. The uses of the various baths, including dry brushing, and salt glows will also be taught.
Business Practices, Professional Ethics, and Massage Therapy Laws (BE1005)
Students will learn goal setting, and prioritizing, time management, marketing skills, bookkeeping, office design, business planning. The study will also include a review of state regulations and business law as it relates to massage therapy, as well as a discussion of ethical standards for massage therapy.
Human Health and Hygiene (HH1004)
The student studies recognized methods of sterilization including disease prevention as applied to massage therapy. A personal health plan is created including a burn out prevention plan to assist the student in maintaining optimal wellness, and in so doing, learn to assist others with their wellness.
In this section, the student will have “hands-on” experience functioning as a massage therapist. The student will make client appointments, interview clients, perform massage therapy, review the client evaluation with the massage therapy instructor, and perform such other tasks that are necessary to the business of a successful massage therapy practice.
No interest payment plan available. Call today and start a new career!
TUITION AND FEES
Tuition for the Massage Therapy Level 1 (Basic) program (State required for becoming licensed) is $5,500, excluding licensing fees, books and supplies.
Tuition for the Massage Therapy Level 11 (Professional Massage Therapists) program is $2800 (To be eligible for level 11, candidate must complete Level 1 basic program)
The student may pay his/her tuition in full, by Cash, Check, Money Order, or credit card. There is a 5% discount for full prepayment.
TBTMI also offers a no interest payment plan, of $1000 down payment and $300 a month untill the tuition is paid in full. (A partial payment fee of $5 will be charged for each payment)
Books & supplies are additional. Estimated cost for books & supplies is $365.00. You will be provided books & supplies list at enrollment.
With a $1000.00 deposit and an application fee, you are on your way to a new career. The balance can be financed by TBTMI at a zero interest. Come in today and talk with one of our counselors. TBTMI no interest payment plan can be financed up to 18months.
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2017 Class schedules are as follows:
Start date, January 23rd Morning class, 8:00am-1:00pm Monday -Thursday.
Start date, May 29th Evening class, 5:30pm-10:30pm Monday -Thursday.
Program length is 5.5 – 7 months