Massage schools in New Mexico

Massage school in New Mexico

Minimum Hours of Massage Therapy Training:

The applicant must have completed at least a six hundred fifty (650) hour program in massage therapy training. The massage therapy training must meet the following minimum curriculum requirements:

1. 165 hours minimum of anatomy and physiology.

2. 150 hours minimum of training in massage therapy as defined in 16.7.1.7 NMAC.

3. 75 hours minimum of general instruction to include.

4. The total number of hours in the massage therapy program is a minimum of six hundred fifty (650) hours.

5. If an applicant is missing a core curriculum course or is missing a small portion of the core curriculum to complete the 650-hour requirement, the applicant may obtain the training course(s) from a New Mexico registered independent instructor, or from a New Mexico registered school, or from another massage therapy school that meets the requirements in 16.7.4.13 NMAC. [16.7.4.12 NMAC – N, 07-28-05; A, 06-08-06; A, 09-04-09]

Minimum Hours of Massage Therapy Training:

There are massage therapy schools in Iowa offering online courses as an affordable and convenient way to begin your course of study and achieve your massage therapy certification.

1. 165 hours minimum of anatomy and physiology.

2. 150 hours minimum of training in massage therapy as defined in 16.7.1.7 NMAC.

3. 75 hours minimum of general instruction to include.

4. The total number of hours in the massage therapy program is a minimum of six hundred fifty (650) hours.

5. If an applicant is missing a core curriculum course or is missing a small portion of the core curriculum to complete the 650-hour requirement, the applicant may obtain the training course(s) from a New Mexico registered independent instructor, or from a New Mexico registered school, or from another massage therapy school that meets the requirements in 16.7.4.13 NMAC. [16.7.4.12 NMAC – N, 07-28-05; A, 06-08-06; A, 09-04-09]

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