Holistic Massage Training Institute Reviews
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If you are patient , kind, and want to learn the art of massage and the many benefits it has and how this career will change your life , this school is for you. Administrative staff is constantly working hard to meet your individual needs as an adult student.
Great school with great instructors! Small class sizes really help make the experience better then other massage schools...there is a lot more one on one time and extra attention given to each student. Private clinic rooms also are a big plus, and help you get a feel for what working in the real world is like. The administrators do an awesome job of keeping you on track, and helping with financial aid, scholarships, etc. If I had to name some cons I would say location. It sits on a busy city street, and there is no where to sit outside during breaks/lunch. It would be fun if classes could be outside on a nice day, but it's not possible with the location. Also, there was disorganization at times as far as the curriculum, but I don't feel it had a huge impact on my education, just frustrating. I would definitely recommend this school! They also are wonderful at following up with you post graduation, letting you know of job opportunities, etc...they truly want to see their students succeed!
The best massage school ever. Small classes made it more easier for me to have more one on one time with the teachers. Each teacher is highly skilled and unique with their lesson plan. Classes are intense but well worth it. Highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in becoming a massage therapist.
With prior training with this degree, Holistic Massage Training Institute offered me the opportunity to practice and learn through intrinsic quality. Teachers and staff were supportive on many levels. I do believe, however that there is a greater balance to create between free-flow and technical skills. This school would be that much better, in my opinion with this consideration.
The beauty of this school is its eclecticism and flexibility. It tries to create class schedules that work for all kinds of people. It includes exposure to and practice with a range of modalities in addition to preparing the student for success as a Swedish and deep tissue therapist. I learned from a range of experts about prenatal massage, oncology massage, reflexology, energy work, hot stones, aromatherapy, cranial sacral therapy, and myofascial release.