Massage Schools in Oklahoma

 If you are considering massage schools in Oklahoma, you have many great schools to visit.

Located in the south-central region of the United States, with Arkansas and Missouri to the east, New Mexico to the west, and Kansas to the north, Oklahoma is an important transportation center in this area of the country with many interstate highways and airports in the state.

If you want to live and practice massage therapy near Oklahoma City, Tulsa, or any other city in the state, Oklahoma has much to offer.

Oklahoma is known for it's strange weather patterns. Heavy thunderstorms and major heat waves are not uncommon in this area.

Oklahoma is a vacation destination for thousands of people who come here each year to visit Native American pow-wows, music festivals, and art museums.

Both Oklahoma residents and visitors seek regular bodywork services, so there is potential for your success in this state. Read more about Tulsa massage businesses that are successful and growing rapidly!

If you are seeking a part-time or full-time career, the Oklahoma massage schools listed below will be able to provide you with the skills in various types of massage therapy, in addition to the business knowledge needed to manage your practice.

Be sure to read my "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page before you begin your search.

At this point there are no state requirements and regulations for the massage therapy profession in this state.

Any new laws and regulations regarding licensure can be found on the Oklahoma state website at www.ok.gov.

Massage Schools in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City School Website
Oklahoma City, Broken Arrow, Midwest City, Edmund, Norman Heritage College >www.heritage-education.com
Oklahoma City Praxis College of Massage www.praxiscollege.com
Brookline College www.brooklinecollege.edu
Central State Massage Academy www.centralstatemassageacademy.net
Integrated Massage Therapy College www.imtcollege.com
Tulsa Clary Sage College www.clarysagecollege.com
Community Care College www.communitycarecollege.edu
Oklahoma Health Academy www.oha.edu

Massage therapy careers are not for everyone. But, if you love helping people feel better, easing their pain, and having a great income for your family,  consider massage therapy. 

You can read more about the different types of massage therapy careers in this book, Massage Therapy Career Guide for Hands-On Success by Steve Capellini.

He really lays it all out there in this book. The good things about massage careers, but also the not so good things like the effect massage has on your body, dealing with inappropriate clients in the massage room, and how to balance your schedule, so that massage does not drain you, and your family life.

This career path can be so rewarding, and for so many it can be the perfect career for a lifetime.

Choose any of the above mentioned massage schools in Oklahoma, and start your new adventure in massage therapy off on the right foot...a great education!


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