Get Started Online- Save Time & Money
Want to become a massage therapist? Students can save up to 33% by attending massage therapy schools that offer online classes. Massage Therapy Online is a directory resource for students looking for online and hybrid massage programs.
Massage Therapy Online is not a school, does not enroll students or provide instruction. Massage Therapy Online connects people interested in hybrid massage programs with approved, licensed, accredited schools that offer that type of program.
Students can save up to 33% by starting their massage therapy online courses. Not to mention gas to get to a school, time away from work, childcare etc…
You can maintain your current job, family obligations, and/or current school obligations and still attend massage school? Yes! It is possible with hybrid programs.
State Approved & Accredited Schools
All massage therapy online courses offered through state-approved or accredited colleges & schools.
All Courses Are Instructor Led
All programs include hands-on training with qualified instructors and real work experience at a clinic/spa via student clinical externships.
Becoming a massage therapist changed my life
I have been thinking about starting my education to become a massage therapist but I couldn’t justify taking all the time off from work and away from my kids. A hybrid program allowed me to start the process with less money and time committed. I honestly don’t know when I would have been able to start on this new career path without that program.
Student, Phoenix, AZ
Job Outlook for Massage Therapists
Employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 23 percent from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations. Continued growth in the demand for massage services will lead to new openings for massage therapists.
As an increasing number of states adopt licensing requirements and standards for therapists, the practice of massage is likely to be respected and accepted by more people as a way to treat pain and to improve overall wellness. Similarly, as more healthcare providers understand the benefits of massage, demand will increase as these services become part of treatment plans.