.If you are considering massage schools in Michigan, you have many great schools to visit..
Located in the Great Lakes Region of the United States, with Ohio and Indiana to the south and Ontario to the north, the Great Lakes border Michigan from east to west.
Michigan is an important transportation center because it connects the Great Lakes to the Mississippi River by way of the Illinois River.If you want to live near the big city of Detroit or a small town like Allen Park, Michigan has what you are looking for.
The state has several large islands, lots of marshes, rivers, and over 11,000 lakes. It has the world's longest freshwater coastline.
Michigan is a vacation destination for thousands of people who come here each year to swim in the more than 100 public beaches.
Both Michigan residents and visitors seek regular massage therapy services, so there is potential for your success in this state.
If you are seeking a part-time or full-time career, the Michigan massage schools listed below will be able to provide you with the skills that you need.
Be sure to read my "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page before you begin your search.
Education information on Michigan massage schools, as well as licensure requirements, can be found on the Michigan state website at www.michigan.gov/mdch.
|Allen Park||Stautzenberger Institute||www.sitoday.net|
|Ann Arbor||Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy||www.aaimt.edu|
|Detroit||Healing Hands Holistic Health Center School Of Massage||www.myomas.com|
|Flint||Flint School of Therapeutic Massage||www.fstm.com|
|Hancock||Institute of Natural Therapies||www.intherapies.com|
|Grand Rapids||Blue Heron Academy||www.blueheronacademy.com|
|Sanative Tranquility Institute of Sanative Arts||www.sanativetranquility.com|
|Kalamazoo||Institute for Massage Education at KCHA||www.kcha.com|
|Port Huron||Lakewood School of Therapeutic Massage||www.lakewoodschool.com|
|Southfield||Irene's Myomassology Institute||www.imieducation.com|
This video highlights Ann Arbor Institute of Massage:
Ann Arbor Institute of Massage was founded in 1993 and is a licensed school by the Michigan Department of Education.
It is also accredited by The Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation.
Courses include Anatomy, Physiology, Seated Massage, Therapeutic Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Sports Massage, Reflexology, Thai massage, and Shiatsu.
Jocelyn Grangeris the founder and director of AAIMT. She has been a massage therapist since 1982 and has extensive advanced training in various therapeutic massage modalities including advanced certification in Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy and Sports Massage.
She specializes in these with clients in her private practice. Jocelyn is the author of Neuromuscular Therapy Manual, a text book for Neuromuscular Therapy, and teaches workshops in Neuromuscular Therapy, Sports Massage and Spa Therapies.