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Massage Therapy is a rewarding career for those that truly want to help people achieve a higher level of wellness. If you’re interested in becoming a massage therapist in Pennsylvania you will be glad to know that the state recognizes your professional right to practice and thereby regulates a state license allowing you to practice as a massage therapist. Following is a list of the steps one will want to take in order to become successful massage therapist in Pennsylvania.
- Experiencing massage firsthand is likely to give you a good sense of the different settings in which you could practice as a massage therapist so a first natural step is to seek out the work of massage therapists.
- There are many different massage therapy modalities offered through massage therapy schools in Pennsylvania. Choosing what best fits your personal abilities, beliefs and interests will help you to narrow down areas in which you can practice and the educational institutions where you can be trained.
- Find and enroll in an accredited Pennsylvania massage school. The state of Pennsylvania is currently in the process of writing the laws that regulate the profession but the draft of the bill indicates that a program in massage therapy education would be post-secondary in nature, and include a minimum of 600 in class and clinical hours all of which is to be supervised by a practicing and licensed professional.
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Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Massage Therapists in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown and Erie, Pennsylvania may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the Albert Einstein Medical Center, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Saint Luke's Hospitals and Temple University Hospital.