Georgia Massage School’s Next Program Featuring Half-Day Massage Therapy Courses Begins On March 26, 2012
Atlanta-Area Massage School Provides 500-Hour Massage Therapy Program for Initial Certification from March 26 – September 21, 2012
Atlanta, Ga. – Mar. 1, 2012 – Students seeking a career in massage therapy can now enroll in Georgia Massage School’s spring massage therapy program featuring half-day massage therapy courses held Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The metropolitan Atlanta massage school only offers the six-month massage therapy certification program quarterly. Georgia Massage School was founded by experienced massage therapists and lifetime teachers Rick Garbowski and Laurie Craig, recipient of the 2007 American Massage Therapy Association National Teacher of the Year and the 2011 American Massage Conference National Educator of the Year awards. Led by Garbowski and Craig, the Atlanta-area massage school allows adult learners to attend a 500-hour program with half-day massage therapy courses that allow students to become income-generating professional massage therapists in the shortest timeframe possible.
The 500-hour massage training curriculum is comprised of four categories outlined by the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy, including an Introductory course, a Lower Extremity course, an Axial Skeleton course and an Upper Extremity course. Craig and Garbowski offer a unique training system with the school’s massage therapy courses that allow the average student to remember the material presented without mandatory homework assignments, and there are no clinic hours held outside of class time. The entirety of Georgia Massage School’s curriculum is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, the American Massage Therapy Association and the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy. The school is authorized by The Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission.
Laurie Craig reports that “Our half-day courses enable students to balance a busy lifestyle while pursuing a career in massage therapy,” The curriculum developed by Rick Garbowski “provides an exclusive sequence of massage therapy courses at the highest-quality for an affordable fee. Our half-day, flexible massage therapy classes will allow our students to have an easier commute, spend time with family and find time to study without feeling the burden of time constraints.” For more about Georgia Massage School or for information about beginning a career in massage therapy, visit www.georgiamassageschool.com. To enroll in the metropolitan Atlanta massage school’s massage therapy courses, call 678-482-1100.