Planning to visit massage schools in Virginia? You have many great schools to consider.
Located in the Atlantic Coast region of the United States, with Kentucky to the west, North Carolina and Tennessee to the south, and Maryland and Washington, D.C. to the north and east, Virginia is considered a southern state.
Virginia has several metropolitan areas, but also many small industrial cities and towns.
If you want to live near the big city of Norfolk, or a small town like Smithfield, Virginia has what you are looking for.
Virginia is a vacation destination for thousands of people who come here each year to visit it's beaches, theaters, museums and opera houses.
Both Virginia residents and visitors seek professional massage therapists, so there is potential for a successful business in this state.
Whether you are seeking a part-time or full-time massage therapy career, the schools in Virginia will be able to provide you with the skills that you need to begin a rewarding massage therapy career.
My "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page will help you choose the best school. Be sure to read it before you begin your search.
Education information about Virginia massage schools, as well as licensure requirements, can be found on the Virginia state website atwww.dhp.state.va.us.
|Blacksburg||Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga||www.blueridgemassage.org|
|Charlottesville||Virginia School of Massage||www.vasom.com|
|Chesapeake & Newport News||Everest College||www.everest.edu|
|Dale City||Piedmont School of Professional Massage||www.piedmontmassage.com|
|Falls Church||Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage||www.nvschoolofmassage.com|
|National Massage Therapy Institute||www.studymassage.com|
|Herndon||AKS Massage School||www.aksmassageschool.com|
|Lynchburg & Roanoke||Miller-Motte Technical College||www.miller-motte.com|
|Newport News||Institute of Health & Healing||www.ihhinfo.com|
|Newport News, Virginia Beach, Richmond||ECPI College of Technology||www.ecpi.edu|
|Norfolk & Richmond||Fortis College||www.fortis.edu|
|Richmond||Institute of Massage Therapies||www.instituteofmassagetherapies.com|
|The American Institute of Massage||www.aimva.com|
|Virginia Beach||Advanced Fuller School of Massage||www.advancedfullerschool.com|
|Cayce/Reilly® School of Massotherapy||www.edgarcayce.org|
|Washington, DC||Potomac Massage Training Institute||www.pmti.org|
This video introduces Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga:
BRSMY has been in business for over 20 years, providing Medical Massage training and Yoga Training for instructors, in the New River Valley area of Virginia.
this school offers unique classroom settings and attracts different students from across the world. Instructors offer over 100 years experience combined, and it is obvious as they teach in the classroom that their passion is massage therapy.
For whichever of the massage schools in Virginia you choose, enjoy the ride, and look forward to a life-long career in massage therapy.