Whether you're investing in a new career or personal transformation, we would like to share some of our considerations with you.
My intent is to teach Massage Therapy as service. In order for us to serve our clients well, we need to have both excellent technique, which includes both a thorough understanding of necessary anatomy and sequence, and also an ability to meet our clients at a heart level. In addition, serving clients also means providing them with a smooth running practice. During class we discuss all of the elements necessary in building and maintaining a successful business.
You’ll notice that the Basic Massage Therapy program requires a 50 hour practicum. These first experiences away from me will provide you with invaluable opportunity to solve problems and gain confidence in a different way than you can in a classroom setting.
We also offer a 300 hour Advanced Massage Therapy program. This program enhances the Basic program by offeringadditional modalities and an opportunity to apply some work experience.
During my eighteen years of teaching hundreds of successful Massage Therapists, I have found that students learn in a variety of ways. Because of this, each class is structured to be multi-sensory, incorporating lecture, hands-on work, homework and group discussion.
I would like to welcome you to attend a current class so that you can become familiar with the space that we’ll be working in for several weeks. You will also have an opportunity to observe my teaching methods. If you would like to have a private meeting with me, we can also arrange a time for that.
Patricia Oberg, Director S.M.C.
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