Through the Therapeutic Massage Program available at our Wichita, Kansas, school, you’ll get hands‐on training in a wide variety of classes such as massage therapy techniques and modalities, Western massage, body work, myotherapy, reflexology and sports massage.
From the beginning, students will gain experience in order to acquire necessary technical skills in manipulation, pressure, friction and body work. By the end of the program, students have learned to launch, manage and grow a successful massage career with confidence. Upon completion of the program, students are eligible to sit for the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEX) national certification exam. The MBLEX is required for licensure in most states.
WHICH THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE THERAPIST SKILLS WILL I LEARN?
- Consult with clients to assess and document client needs and expectations
- Develop individualized treatment plans
- Gain massage feedback as it’s given and adapt accordingly
- Understand conditions relieved by massage
- Be familiar with various modalities and comfortable with using each one
- Recognize contraindications of massage
- Maintain accurate client records
- Maintain confidentiality
- Recommend therapeutic exercise routines
- Maintain sanitary and ethical standards of professional body workers
WHERE DO THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE THERAPISTS WORK?
- Fitness Centers
- Cruise Ships
- Private Practices
- Wellness Centers
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A branch of Heritage College, Denver, CO.
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Kansas Board of Regents, 1000 SW Jackson Street, Suite 520, Topeka, KS 66612-1368
2800 South Rock Road,
Wichita, KS 67210
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This easy to reach campus near the Kansas Turnpike features two facilities that include student lounges and a resource center along with fully equipped classrooms that support our hands-on approach to education.
As students prepare for their healthcare career, they often study in simulated, real-life settings that include two X-ray labs, two medical assisting labs, a pharmacy lab, a computer lab, a dental lab, a veterinary lab with a fully functioning surgery suite, an instructional gym for personal training students and a massage clinic that is open to the public.
Heritage College utilizes industry-standard equipment for our career education programs to ensure that students are prepared with the knowledge, skills and hands-on training needed for successful employment in their chosen field. Additionally, the campus offers a number of resources to assist students, and the faculty and staff are committed to the success of our students.