Globe University/Minnesota School of Business in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
When attending massage therapy school in Wisconsin you can choose between a 770 hour massage therapy diploma program or a two-year associate program at the Eau Claire Campus of Globe University/Minnesota School of Business. You will attend massage classes in a contemporary setting at this new campus located at 4955 Bullis Farm Road, Eau Claire, WI, 54702.
During course studies you will learn the fundamental techniques of this healing art through hands-on learning. Swedish Massage, Chair Massage, Hot Stone Massage and Thai and Spa techniques are the basis of your training along with Energy work, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release combined with in depth knowledge of the mechanics of the body.
It is also important to mention that this Eau Claire massage school keeps classes small to help students focus and excel in their studies so when it comes time to sit for the National Certification Exam for Therapeutic Massage and for the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination you will feel confident. The comprehensive education you receive at this fine Wisconsin school will give you all the knowledge, skill, and support you need to begin your new career.
If you choose to earn an A.A.S. in Massage Therapy your credentials in therapeutic massage will be fully rounded with business and liberal arts knowledge that will prepare you to advance in the healing arts field beyond entry level positions. To learn more, simply contact the school and get all your important questions answered. A school rep will supply you with all the details.
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There are many different varieties of massage oils suitable for your practice. However, many individuals are sensitive to scents and perfumes.
It is best to use high quality unscented organic oil as your base oil. You can also learn about Aromatherapy and essential oils and their benefits should you wish to add this therapeutic art to your skill base.
This way you can incorporate the healing benefits of herbs into your practice. Remember to use Aromatherapy scented oils sparingly, and only when your client gives their approval. Aromatherapy can add a wonderful dimension to your therapeutic skills.