Nebraska Massage Therapy Schools - NE
In the wide-open spaces of Montana, some might think there are more horses than people. It may come as no surprise that the Western Montana Massage School of Equine Massage in Corvallis specializes in lavishing attention on our four-legged friends. But Montana hosts several schools of human massage as well, and opportunities to lend a healing touch to grateful clients abound throughout the state.
Massage therapy encompasses a wide range of techniques and methods, some of which date back to ancient times. In Montana, massage school will introduce students to a well-rounded sampling of more common modalities. Massage therapists can be found working in allopathic offices, physical therapy clinics, and in conjunction with medical doctors. Many states have long recognized the need to license massage therapists and to consider massage therapy as another useful medical resource. Montana will become the 43rd state to join their ranks in 2010 when its Massage Therapy Licensing Act takes effect. The licensing board created by the law will set guidelines for how you can obtain your license to practice legally. If you’re already a Massage Therapist in Montana, be aware that continuing without a license after July 2010 will be a misdemeanor.
Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Massage Therapists in Billings, Missoula, Great Falls, Butte, Bozeman and Helena, Montana 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 Bozeman Deaconess Hospital, Kalispell Regional Medical Center, Northern Montana Hospital and St. Patrick Hospital and Health Sciences Center.