Massage Therapy

Achieve a Diploma in as few as 11 months*

Massage therapy requires the use of hands to treat injuries and promote well-being with patient’s bodies. Massage therapists use manipulation of muscles and other soft-tissues to relieve pain and stress, help heal injuries, improve circulation, and promote general wellness. They may be self-employed working out of their homes or traveling to clients’ homes. They can also work in chiropractors and other health care practitioners’ offices.

Positively impact your community through your career

The Massage Therapy diploma program prepares you to provide therapeutic relief through emphasizing the different skill sets of Swedish-American massage, acupressure, reflexology, deep-tissue massage and event-sport massage. Offered at our Southaven and Memphis campuses you get real-world training in our clinics.

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Have you been searching for the right massage therapy training program near you? Your search ends at Concorde, where you can apply your passion for improving the quality of life for others through therapeutic massage.

*Program length varies by location

Campuses with massage therapy

To find out more program information, including length, course descriptions and additional information, please select your campus below.

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Curriculum

Concorde offers massage therapy courses that prepare you to provide therapeutic relief for your clients. Our hands-on curriculum can teach you a variety of disciplines to help ensure success from your first day on the job.

 

Classroom-to-career skills training

Areas emphasized through this coursework include:

  • Swedish-American massage
  • Acupressure
  • Event-sports massage
  • Reflexology
  • Deep-tissue massage
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