Massage schools in North Dakota offer students the ability to learn anatomy, physiology, and basic massage techniques in classrooms designed for massage instruction and practice.
Located in the Midwestern region of the United States, with Montana to the west and Minnesota to the east, North Dakota is in the northern center the country.
North Dakota is an important transportation center because it has two major interstates running through the state along with the railroad lines which have regular stops in seven different cities.
If you want to live near the big city of Fargo or a small town like Sykeston, North Dakota has what you are looking for.
North Dakota is known for it's extreme weather patterns. Heavy winter storms, flooding and heat/cold waves are common in this state.
North Dakota is a vacation destination and business hub for thousands of people come here each year to visit the capitol of Bismarck, the museums, and the entertainment attractions.
If you are seeking a part-time or full-time career, the North Dakota massage schools listed below will be able to provide you with the skills that you need for a successful massage therapy career.
Be sure to read my "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page before you begin your search.
Education information, as well as licensure requirements, can be found on the North Dakota Massage Therapy Board website at www.ndboardofmassage.com.
|Bismarck (Minneapolis, MN)||CenterPoint Massage Therapy School||www.centerpointmn.com|
|Grand Forks||Josef's School of Hair Design||www.josefsschoolofhairdesign.com|
This video introduces Josef's School of Hair Design/Massage Therapy:
Although the video discusses the school of hair design, they offer a school of massage therapy.
The program is only 23 weeks, with many hours of hands-on training to become a Certified Massage Therapist in North Dakota. The massage program is provided only at the West and Grand Forks campus'.
Classes start in February, June, and October, and include instruction in technique, building clientele, and importance of proper body mechanics for a life-long career in massage.
Courses include Anatomy Theory, Physiology Theory, Neurology Theory, Pathology Theory. Kinesiology Theory, and hands-on training in Pregnancy Massage, Yoga for Balance/Relaxation, Hot Stone Therapy, Aromatherapy, Raindrop Therapy, and Hydrotherapy.
When completed, training allows therapists to work in a home-based practice, spa or salon, fitness center, hospital, cruise ship, or any of the other places that are now employing massage practitioners.