If you are considering enrollment in one of the massage schools in Florida, you have many high-quality schools to consider for your education.
Located in the southeastern region of the United States, Florida is surrounded by ocean, with the Atlantic Ocean on it's east and the Gulf of Mexico on it's west.
Many resort, retirement, and vacation communities occupy vast majorities of this state, and millions of tourists come here each year to visit.
If you want to live and work near the ocean, but also close to big cities or theme parks in the state, Florida has it all.
Because Florida is a major vacation destination in the U.S., Orlando massage therapy schools are often busy because of the tourist attractions in the area.
However, both Florida residents and visitors seek bodywork services, so there is great potential for your success in this state.
If you are seeking a part-time or full-time career, the Florida massage schools listed below will be able to provide you with the skills that you need in order to learn massage techniques, apply for a license, and start a practice.
Be sure to read my "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page before you begin your search to learn more about what questions to ask when you visit a massage school.
Education information about massage schools in Florida, as well as licensure requirements, can be found on the Florida state website at http://www.floridasmassagetherapy.gov/.They also provide great information about accredited massage schools in the state.
|Boca Raton||Boca Beauty Academy||www.bocabeauty.com|
|Bonita Springs||Bonita Springs School of Massage||www.bonitaspringsschoolofmassage.com|
|Daytona Beach||International Academy||www.iahd.net|
|Fort Myers||Florida Academy of Massage||www.famsc.com|
|Gainesville||Florida School of Massage||www.floridaschoolofmassage.com|
|Jacksonville||Alpha School of Massage||www.alphaschoolofmassage.com|
|Kissimmee||Academy of Career Training||www.academyofcareertraining.com|
|Lauderdale||Universal Massage and Beauty Institute||www.universalbeautyschool.com|
|Lauderdale Lakes||American Institute of Massage Therapy||www.aicosmo.com|
|Melbourne||Space Coast Health Institute||www.schi.edu|
|Academy of Cosmetology||www.floridacosmetologyschools.com|
|Miami||Educating Hands School of Massage||www.educatinghands.com|
|Acupuncture and Massage College||www.amcollege.edu|
|Florida College of Natural Health||www.fcnh.com|
|Beauty Schools of America||www.bsa.edu|
|Orlando||Central Florida School of Massage Therapy||www.massagetherapy.cc|
|Florida Career School of Massage and Bodywork||www.massagebodyworkorlando.com|
|Holistic Institute of Massage Therapy||www.holisticmassageschool.com|
|Orlando School of Thai Massage||www.orlandoschoolofthaimassage.com|
|Port St. Lucie||Anton Academy||www.antonacademy.com|
|Sarasota||Sarasota School of Massage Therapy||www.sarasotaschoolofmassagetherapy.com|
|St. Petersburg||Loraine's Academy||www.lorainesacademy.com|
|Tallahassee||Core Institute School of Massage Therapy||www.coreinstitute.com|
|West Palm Beach||Palm Beach Academy||www.pbacademy.net|
At Educating Hands School of Massage, you can graduate from our Holistic Massage Therapy Program and start your massage therapy practice in as little as six months!
They also offer an 11-month part-time evening program to fit your schedule needs.
The curriculum includes Kinesiology & Palpation (90 hrs), Human Anatomy & Physiology (90 hrs), Pathology, Modalities, and Student Clinic hours.
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