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Baltimore massage schools (with student clinics), massage therapists and spas, all provide massage therapy services in the Baltimore area. Also included is a list of types of services and prices at each business.

With the growing popularity of massage therapy, practitioners are choosing the profession over traditional careers, and different types of practices are popping up all over the world.

Here are a few Baltimore Therapists:

Massage Therapists in Baltimore

  • Stephanie Porcaro
    (443)322-6480
    Baltimore, MD 21224
    Website: www.massagebysp.com
  • Meredith L Ball
    (443)756-4803
    2024 Saint Paul St, 2ND Floor
    Baltimore, MD 21218-5928
    Website: www.trinity33.com

Spas in Baltimore

  • Spa Sante
    This is a full service Salon and Spa catering to the Harbor East and Fells Point areas of Baltimore. Sante features 8 treatment rooms, nail bar, private pedicure area, two relaxation suites, saunas and couples accommodations - all within a 5,500 sq. ft space architecturally designed within a 19th century ship repair warehouse. Prices range from $45-$245. (410) 534-0009
    1429 Aliceanna Street
    Baltimore, Maryland 21231
    http://www.spabaltimore.com
  • About Faces
    This salon has several locations across Baltimore. They offer skin, hair, and nail care, as well as body treatments, waxing and massage services. Prices range from $35-$250. 410.224.4110
    Towne Center at Parole
    1910 Towne Center Blvd., Suite 203
    Annapolis, MD 21401
    www.aboutfacesdayspa.com

Baltimore massage therapists work an average of 15-20 hours per week and charge approximately $70 per hour. This adds up to a satisfying full-time salary or significant supplemental income.

Holistic Massage Training Institute has been a leader in massage therapy education for over a decade, offering comprehensive training, continuing education workshops, and community wellness seminars.

We are conveniently located adjacent to Johns Hopkins University at 1 East University Parkway in north/central Baltimore (21218).

Our curriculum focuses on anatomy, physiology, massage and bodywork techniques, and business training. Graduates are qualified to take the National Certification Exam in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.

Our small classes create an optimal learning environment. Individual instruction from our talented group of educators is a key to our students’ success.

We offer day, evening, and weekend classes to accommodate our students’ busy schedules. Full-time students (16 hours per week) graduate in 9 months.

Part-time students (8 hours per week) graduate in 18 months. Our tuition is affordable, especially when compared with other similar programs in the Baltimore area.

We offer a number of flexible financing options.

Our students receive classroom instruction, hands-on training, and practical experience with clients. Their training gives them the essential skills to open and maintain successful massage practices of their own, or to work in a variety of settings, i.e. spas, physician or chiropractic offices, sports facilities, hospitals, retirement homes, and fitness centers.

We assist our graduates in finding employment and we continue to find that requests from employers are greater than the number of students needing placement.

Even in the current economy, we have found that Baltimore therapists make a comfortable living, while having the freedom and flexibility to set their own schedules.

Our graduates report that supporting the health and wellness of others is gratifying and makes the time and effort spent on training at our school a very worthwhile investment in the future.

For more information, please visit our website at: www.holisticmassagetraining.org

If you would like to learn how to give massage at home, before starting school, Therapeutic Massage at Home teaches basic massage techniques for the entire body, and will help you learn if a massage therapy career is right for you.

Whether you are searching for a massage therapists in Baltimore, or searching for a school to start a massage therapy career, Baltimore massage therapists, spas and schools, have the professional therapies you need.

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