The school follows the course of instruction as outlined by the Arkansas
State Board of Massage Therapy.
|Classroom instruction is as follows:|
|175||hours of Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and Contraindications to
|225||hours in massage techniques|
|25||hours in hyrdotherapy, electrotherapy and heliotherapy|
|25||hours in hygiene and infection control|
|25||hours in massage therapy law, business management and
|25||hours in reflexology and/or various related subjects|
| 500 total hours in class instruction|
The course runs 4 to 12 months with 500 in-classroom hours which
include 50 public massage hours of internship in the clinic. Students may enroll at any time unless the class
is full, in chich case, there may be a short delay.
Weekly exams will be given and a final exam upon completion of the course.
After passing the final exam the student will receive a diploma and a state board
examiniation will be set. State board testing is fiven in March, June, September and December each year.
Graduate students are eligible for both Arkansas and Texas Licensing. Training for
National Certification (NCTMB) can beprovided upone request.