Massage schools in Texas offer students education, skills and knowledge, leading to confidence and long-term success in a massage therapy career. Many offer a high quality education to prepare you for success.
Located in the south-central region of the United States, with Louisiana to the east, New Mexico to the west, and Oklahoma to the north, Texas is made up of mostly prairies, grasslands, forests, and the coastline.
Texas is an important transportation center because it has the largest railroad and interstate system in the U.S., as well as the most airports. These things are often important to consider when starting a new career/business in an area.
This state is a vacation destination for thousands of people come here each year to visit opera houses, museums, sporting events, and beaches, therefore there are many opportunities for a thriving business for your practice.
Texas massage schools are providing massage therapy education opportunities year round. Residents and visitors both seek bodywork services, so there is great potential for your success in this state.
Training programs usually require a high school diploma to get started. Massage education in Texas provides 300-500 hours of in-class curriculum and a certain number of hands-on, clinical (massage) hours.
Prior studies in anatomy, physiology, psychology, and/or business is helpful, but usually not required.
Some massage schools in Texas are selective with students. They make require a personal interview to make sure you will be able to handle the pressure and work load of school and a massage therapy career.
If you are seeking a part-time or full-time career, the massage schools in Texas will be able to provide you with the skills that you need.
Read my "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page before you begin your search to learn how to choose your school and what questions to ask as you visit the schools in your area.
Education information about massage schools in Texas, as well as licensure requirements, can be found on the Texas Massage Therapy Board website at http://www.dshs.state.tx.us . They also provide great information on how schools are accredited for massage therapy education with the state.
|Amarillo||Massage Therapy Training Centre||www.amamttc.com|
|Arlington||North Texas School of Massage||www.ntssm.com|
|Austin||Lauterstein-Conway Massage School||www.tlcschool.com|
|A New Beginning School of Massage||www.nbegin.com|
|Texas Healing Arts Institute Massage School||www.texashealingarts.com|
|South Texas Vocational Technical Institute||www.stvt.edu|
|Corpus Christi & Dallas||Hands-On Approach School of Massage||www.handsonapproach.com|
|Texas Massage Institute||www.tmimassage.com|
|Ke Kino Massage Academy||www.kekino.com|
|Sterling Health Center||www.sterlinghealthcenter.com|
|Western Technical College||www.mywtc.info|
|Parker School of Massage Therapy||www.parker.edu|
|Houston||Avalon School of Massage||www.avalonmassageschool.com|
|Houston School of Massage||www.houstonschoolofmassage.com|
|Texas School of Massage||www.texasschoolofmassage.com|
|Phoenix Massage Therapy School||www.themassageschool.com|
|Texas Health School||www.texashealthschool.org|
|Memorial Hermann Massage and Spa Therapy School||www.memorialhermann.org|
|Institute of Cosmetology & Esthetics||www.icehouston.com|
|San Antonio||Therapeutic Body Concepts||www.massageservices.org|
|Academy for Massage Therapy Training||www.academyformassage.com|
|River City Massage School||www.rivercitymassageschool.com|
|Waco||ABC Massage School||www.abcschoolofmassage.com|
This video clip introduces Lauterstein-Conway massage school classes:
This is a very well-known and well-respected massage school, with recommendations from former students found on many different massage education websites.
For more details and information on starting a massage therapy career, this book, The Business of Massage Therapy: Building a Successful Career teaches more about how to choose a good school, but also how to choose a school based on what career path in massage therapy is most appealing to you.