Massage Therapy & Family: The Perfect Pair

Did you know that you could learn to become a massage therapist at Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in as little as six months? We offer a variety of schedules because we know that the “traditional college schedule” doesn’t work for everyone. Here are some advantages to enrolling in our program for you!

Spend Time With Family

We know that family time is a priority. We don’t want you to sacrifice what is important to you. Spend the day with your kids while enrolled in our 15-month evening schedule. If evenings don’t work for your family, try our 15 or 12-month day program.

Keep Your Job

Both our 15-month programs and our 12-month day program can potentially accommodate your current job. We understand that you need to work to provide for your family and fund your education. We’re here to make it easier for you.

Love Your Time Here

If you like your school schedule, you’re more likely to be excited and focused while you’re here. We don’t want school to be another stress in your life. It’s important to us that you love what you do!

Enter The Massage Profession Sooner

If you are eligible for enrollment in our 6-month program, you can get started on your way toward a job sooner than later! This schedule is significantly shorter than most traditional college programs.

*Our program availability varies throughout the year, so give us a call now to find out what is currently available!

Our Schedules

6-Month Accelerated Program

Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
& 1-2 Saturdays each month.

12-Month Day Program (Morning)

Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
4-5 full days until 4:30 PM & an average of 2 Saturdays each month.

15-Month Evening Program

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM.

15-Month Day Program

Monday – Friday: either from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM or from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM, (depending on availability) & an average of 2 Saturdays each month.

In all programs, clinic practice hours are additional. Some Saturday work is required. All programs are 1,000 hours, and students who successfully complete the program should be eligible to sit for the National Exam and New York State Licensing Exam. Program lengths may vary depending on scheduling.

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