.If you are considering massage schools in Ohio, you have many great schools to visit.
Located in the midwestern region of the United States, with Pennsylvania to the east, Indiana to the west, and Michigan to the north, Ohio is made up of mostly flat plains, with few hill and mountain terrains.
Ohio is an important transportation hub in this area because it links the northeast to the midwest, so lots of business traffic comes through the area.
If you want to live near the big city of Cleveland or a small town like Ottoville, Ohio has what you are looking for.
Ohio is known for it's cold weather patterns. Heavy snowstorms and major summer heat waves are not uncommon in this area of the country.
This state is a vacation destination for thousands of people who come here each year to visit amusement parks, entertainment attractions, museums and the famous zoos.
Both Ohio residents and visitors seek regular bodywork services, so there is potential for your success in this state.
If you are seeking a part-time or full-time career, the Ohio massage schools shown below will be able to provide you with the skills that you need to begin a successful massage therapy career.
Be sure to read my "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page before you begin your search.
Education information about Ohio massage schools, as well as licensure requirements, can be found on the Ohio state website atwww.ohio.gov.
|Akron||Ohio College of Massotherapy||www.ocm.edu|
|National Institute of Massotherapy||www.nim.edu|
|Cincinnati||Cincinnati School of Medical Massage||www.massageschools.com|
|SHI Integrative Medical Massage School||www.shimassage.com|
|Cleveland||Harmony Path School of Massage Therapy||www.harmonypath.org|
|Cleveland School of Massage||www.clevelandschoolofmassage.net|
|Columbus||American Institute of Alternative Medicine||www.aiam.edu|
|Toledo||Healing Arts Institute||www.haiohio.com|
One of the most popular schools in Ohio, National Institute of Massotherapy (NIM), offers two programs for professional practice. The Massage Therapy diploma program comprises 65.35 credit hours can be completed in as few as 14 months.
The Associate of Applied Science in Clinical Massage Therapy degree program can be completed in as few as 20 months and consists of 90.35 credit hours.
Day and Evening/Weekend classes are available to accommodate different lifestyles.
This video introduces the school:
NIM is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET). ACCET is a U.S. Department of Education nationally recognized accrediting agency.
In addition to Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology studies , NIM teaches massage modalities such as Neuromuscular Therapy, Shiatsu, Oriental Bodywork, Polarity, Craniosacral Therapy, Reflexology, and Ortho-Bionomy.