If you are considering enrollment in one of the massage schools in Hawaii, you have a few excellent schools to visit when choosing your massage therapist education.
Located in the southwestern region of the United States, with California to the north, Hawaii is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean.
From the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to the cascading waterfalls of Opaekaa Falls, Kauai, this state has some of the most beautiful scenery you could ever see.
Hawaii is a vacation destination for thousands of people with it's famous resorts and beaches.
Both Hawaii residents and visitors seek bodywork services, so there is great potential for your success in the field. Spas are often packed with tourists and visitors from all over the world.
If you are seeking a part-time or full-time career, the schools listed below will be able to provide you with the massage therapist education and skills that you need to start your career.
Be sure to read my "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page before you begin your search for a list of questions to ask during your visit.
Education information about Hawaii massage schools, as well as licensure requirements, can be found on the Hawaii Board of Massage Therapy website at www.hawaii.gov/dcca/pvl/boards/massage.
|Maui||Maui School of Therapeutic Massage||www.massagemaui.com|
|Aloha School of Massage Therapy||www.alohamassageschool.com|
|Maui Academy of Healing Arts||www.massageschoolmaui.com|
|Kailua||Hawaii Healing Arts College||www.hhacdirect.com|
|Kapaa||Golden Lotus Massage School||http://www.massageschoolkauai.com|
|Kula||Spa Luna Holistic School||www.spaluna.com|
|Honalulu||Elite Massage Academy||www.elitemassageacademy.com|
|Kapiolani Community College||www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu|
This video is about The Aloha School of Massage, one of the most recognized schools for massage therapist education in Hawaii.
Aloha School of Massage Therapy (ASMT) is located on the Island of Maui in Kahului and offers a 600 hour training in massage therapy.
ASMT teaches an in depth understanding of the all major modalities including Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, Deep Tissue, Shiatsu, and Swedish, as well as Anatomy, Physiology, Hydrotherapy, Reflexology, and Chair Massage.Classes are divided into two terms which include day and evening hours and are taken over the course of one year.
This book, The Business of Massage Therapy: Building a Successful Career will also be helpful as you choose a good school. It teaches how to start your business to ensure success for a long career. This highly rated book gives you tips on building a business, and keeping your clients.
All massage schools in Hawaii differ in massage therapist education courses, so be sure to ask about what types of massage are taught at the school, as well as what business courses, marketing courses, and continuing education classes are offered.