Program at a Glance
There are some scheduling differences between the September and January options.
* Some of these classes may be held on weekends or at times other than the regular schedule.
** See Graduation Requirements, transfer credit only.
Please note that required practical hours outside classes include log hours, case studies, and professional massages. Specific concentrations may require additional outside hours.
|Total Hours||Hours Lecture||Hours Practical|
|Science & Muscle Courses|
|Massage & Related Courses|
|* Therapeutic Massage
(includes Pregnancy Massage, Elder Massage, & Children’s Massage)
|Self Care & Professional Development||9||6||3|
|* Clinic (total of 10 days)||71||1||70|
|* Deep Tissue||36||10||26|
|* Static & Motion Analysis||12||6||6|
|* Introduction to Shiatsu||6||1||5|
|* Intro. to Reflexology||6||2||4|
|Intro. to CranioSacral||6||3||3|
|* Oncology Massage||9||3||6|
|* Business Design||12||12|
|* Business Panel and
|The Art of Public Presentation||3||3|
Nationally certified and licensed massage therapist was a longstanding associate of the late Jack Meagher, pioneer of sportsmassage. Jo-Ann is the Director of Wilson Meagher Sportstherapy, a program within which she trains massage and physical therapists worldwide, and offers workshops for horse owners. Currently, Jo-Ann is the Sports Therapist for the United States Equestrian Team, […]