Massage Therapy Schools In Hawaii

Michael Bustamante
 


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You've been thinking of going to school to learn to be a massage therapist, so why not consider massage therapy schools in Hawaii? This could be a life changing move for you! It would really change the pace for you - unless you already live in Hawaii, of course.

Among the good things about Hawaiian massage therapy schools is that you have lots of choices. There are many approaches to massage therapy taught in Hawaii and several locations to choose from. Massage therapy schools are found on most islands - Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Maui, Lanai, and the Big Island of Hawaii.

You can learn several massage therapy arts, and you'll enjoy every minute of your stay. The warm ocean, the gentle climate, and the lush surroundings of the tropics will give you the most exquisite setting for your educational experience.

In massage schools in Hawaii, you'll study the same subjects as you would find in any other state - anatomy and physiology, kinesiology, theory and practice of massage - but you'll do it in a magical environment. You'll learn to assess client needs and treat ordinary conditions, as well as learn to provide neuromuscular therapy, hydrotherapy, reflexology, spa treatments, and possibly study body-mind integration. You will learn therapeutic massage for wellness, stress management, and exercise. You'll also find opportunities to study sports massage, deep tissue massage, and clinical massage.

Several massage therapy schools in Hawaii teach Eastern styles of massage, giving you the chance to branch out into more exotic forms of massage, like Reiki, Thai, Jin Shin, Shiatsu and Hawaiian lomi lomi massage, as well as acupressure and aromatherapy. Your massage therapy education may even encompass other, more advanced areas of natural healing, such as acupuncture or chiropractic.

If you should decide to remain in Hawaii after graduation, you will need to know about state laws and area regulations that apply to practices of massage therapy. You can get information by contacting the Hawaii State Board of Massage Therapy. Also check with local city or regional authorities for local laws. Licensure is required for massage therapists to practice in Hawaii. You can qualify for examinations for licensure after you have completed 570 hours of massage training.

To learn more about Massage Therapy Schools in Hawaii, and even Online Massage Therapy Schools, search our site for more in-depth information and resources.

DISCLAIMER: Above is a GENERAL OVERVIEW and may or may not reflect specific practices, courses and/or services associated with ANY ONE particular school(s) that is or is not advertised on .

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