If you visiting massage schools in Mississippi, you have many high-quality schools to consider. Schedule a tour and ask lots of questions about their curriculum and classes.
Mississippi is located in the southeastern region of the United States, with Alabama to the east and Tennessee to the north, Mississippi has Louisiana to it's south, with a small section of the Gulf of Mexico coastline.
If you want to live near the ocean, but also close to the exciting city of Biloxi, Mississippi has what you are looking for. Many vacationers flock to this area each year, some in dire need of the rest and relaxation that massage can bring.
Mississippi is a major vacation destination in the U.S. Thousands of people come here each year to visit casinos, the beach and many other desinations.
Both Mississippi residents and visitors seek bodywork services, so there is great potential for your success in a massage therapy career in this state.
If you want to have either a part-time or full-time career, the Mississippi massage schools listed below will be able to teach you the skills that you need.
Read my "Tips on Choosing a Massage School" page before you begin your search, in order to choose the best school for your needs.
Education requirements, as well as licensure information, can be found on the Mississippi Massage Therapy Board website atwww.msbmt.state.ms.us. They also provide renewal information, continuing education programs and rules and regulations for massage therapists in Mississippi.
|Gulfport||Blue Cliff College||www.bluecliffedu.com|
|Hattisburg||Healing Touch School of Massage||www.healingtouchms.com|
This video introduces Blue Cliff College:
Blue Cliff is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.
In Mississippi, the Gulfport campus maintains a license with The State of Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration.
Blue Cliff is approved by the Department of Education to provide federal financial aid to qualified students in many programs. They offer a diploma or an Associates degree in Massage Therapy.
Courses in the massage therapy degree program include general massage techniques as well as training in management, marketing and communications. These courses prepare students for positions in most massage therapy professions including spa therapist or spa manager.
To learn more about a massage therapy career, this book, Massage Therapy Career Guide for Hands-On Success provides tips for choosing a school, starting a career, marketing your services with very little advertising dollars, and keeping your clients returning to your practice on a regular basis.
Massage therapy career are rewarding, profitable, and for the most part stress-free. The work can be very profitable for you and your future, but learning the techniques of success to grow a practice is an essential step in that direction.