There are a lot of questions we are sure that you have about massage therapy and massage therapy training.
We at the Montana School of Massage know that deciding to become a Massage Therapist is a very big and exciting step. To learn more about the massage therapy profession and our school, we would like to invite you to take the following opportunities:
Joe Beatty purchased MSM in March of 2007. Joe graduated from the U of M with a Bachelor of Science in History and Health and Human Performance. He has been a K-12 public school teacher, coach, sales associate, and in real estate development. The Professional Massage Therapist Training Program hours increased from 500 clock hours to 650 clock hours beginning in February of 2002. Montana School of Massage continues to grow educationally to maintain the support of the Massage Therapy Profession, the graduates, and the community that it serves.
Student must maintain 90% attendance and 70% pass rate for all required classes. In addition, Students are required to complete 60 clinic hours and 20 event hours. Upon satisfying these requirements and other reasonable requirements assigned or deemed necessary, including but not limited to all homework being turned in and graded no lower than the 70% and be current with all financial obligations, MSM will award a Certificate of Completion and final transcript. Upon successful completion of the MSM program Students will have fulfilled the NCBTMB education criteria requirement, and Students will be furnished with the appropriate school code necessary for the application process.
All instructors, staff, and Students are covered by Marsh Infinity Group Services of Seabury and Smith Inc. insurance policy for all school-sanctioned classes, clinic, and events.
The Montana School of Massage provides equal opportunity for admission, employment and access to programs or activities regardless of race, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, economic standing or handicap unless such a handicap is determined by a medical authority to render an individual not physically, medically, or psychologically qualified for the program.
We believe that quality instruction in massage and bodywork and related sciences is essential to providing the community at large with competent professional massage therapists. We believe that our instructors should be able to demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively the current thinking and knowledge regarding the subject(s) they teach. We recognize the multiple different learning styles and the importance of providing various modalities of instruction in each lesson to accommodate those. Our program is organized in a logical and sequential order and includes current, up-to-date instruction regarding theory, technique, and practice. We offer information on a variety of continuing education classes, held at MSM or the surrounding area.