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Massage Therapy Training

Massage therapy fits the category of being one of the most popular career paths in the natural health care field. As the public ages along with becoming better educated, the demand for alternative approaches to health can be reasonably expected to increase by 20 percent from present to 2020.*

With the right massage therapy training, you can be numbered among the thousands of people who each year pursue careers as massage therapists. If you're the type of person that can enjoy giving people an enhanced sense of well-being, the Everest Massage Therapy program might just be the perfect fit for achieving your career dreams.

Today, there are over 100 different massage therapy techniques available to practitioners. In fact, it's often hard to know where to start, and this is why we encourage you to lay the groundwork for a future career by getting massage therapy training at Everest.

Unfortunately, not every massage therapy school will give you the kind of education, training and support that you can receive at Everest. For one, we strongly believe a solid support system can be the difference between starting and finishing a program successfully.

We provide instructors who know their material because they live it. We also work closely with students after they graduate in identifying the careers and employers who know and value the training our students received.

The truth is we've helped to train thousands of students just like you to get the training and experience that qualifies them to compete with the best for entry-level positions in the alternative health care field.

Massage therapy training at Everest can give you the knowledge and experience to get started towards obtaining a new career in less time than you might think.

*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition, Massage Therapists, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/massage-therapists.htm (visited April 19, 2013). Publish Date: Thursday, April 5, 2012.


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