New York Massage Schools

Finding the New York massage school program that best fits your goals and requirements can seem like an impossible task. Just starting the search process raises several questions. What do you want your primary focus as a massage therapist to be? Where do you want to attend classes? Are you looking for a short or long program? Where do you see yourself working once you obtain the proper training and certification? Here on the New York Massage Schools page we strive to help you find answers to all of these questions and more so you can start on your path to your new career as soon as possible.

Massage therapy programs can range from as little as 50 hours, to over 1,000 hours of classwork, practical experience and additional training. Most programs that prepare you to take the state or national licensing exams will include some or all of the following classes: massage techniques, anatomy and physiology, pathology, kinesiology, business principles, and ethics and hygiene. Regardless of the single or multiple massage techniques, or modalities, you choose to pursue, be it hydrotherapy, neuromuscular techniques, deep tissue massage, chair massage, Swedish massage, Shiatsu massage, sports massage, or any other, the foundation for a strong understanding of massage therapy is basically the same.

Here is a small sampling of the top New York massage schools in your area: the Cortiva Institute, American Institute, New Work College of Health Professionals, Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Finger Lakes School so f Massage, and the Academy of Massage Therapy.

If you're still have difficulty choosing a New York massage school program to suit your projected ambitions, that's where we can help. Here on the New York Massage Schools page, we provide the resources, information, and contacts for top rated local schools all in one easy to navigate page so you can compare programs and choose the educational path that is best for you. You've taken the most important step, you've decided to train to become a massage therapist. Let us make the next step, choosing a program, simple and easy, so you can start towards your new career in massage therapy without delay.

Top Massage Therapists

Top New York Massage Therapists

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    Natural Balance Massage & Wellness Center 3013 Quentin Road, Brooklyn, NY, 11234
    (718) 336-8400

    Established in 1993 as a local, family-owned clinic providing massage and acupuncture, Natural Balance Massage & Wellness Center has grown into a multi-service facility with a wide offering of therapeutic, spa and fitness services for persons of all ages and needs. In addition to the ever-popular massage in all its forms, such as Deep Tissue, Sports, Pre-Natal, Reflexology, Hot Stone, Shiatsu, Thai, and more, Natural Balance also specializes in Acupuncture, Craniosacral Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Meditation, Yoga, Pilates, and Skincare. The cornerstone upon which Natural Balance continues to grow, is its high emphasis upon lifestyle wellness and results-driven treatments. As a result, the therapists and other professional practitioners are held to very strict standards of performance and educational requirements, to continually ensure their ability to properly assess, address, and follow through on the programs and services that will best suit the client's needs.
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    Body Healing Massage NYC 239 East 73rd Street, Professional Suite 1W, New York, NY 10021
    (212) 717-8318

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    ease NY 16 East 41st Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10017
    (212) 661-5151

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    Eastside Massage Therapy 351 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10075
    (212) 249-2927

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    Essential Therapy 122 E 25 St. New York, NY 10010
    (212) 777-2325