changing careers

Changing Careers and Changing Lives

Renaissance College Massage Careers, Massage Therapy Careers

Thousands of people are changing careers and changing their lives every day!

The best way people are changing careers is by moving to one of the fastest growing industries: massage therapy! At Renaissance College we offer an integrated, holistic education with more than 34 courses in massage modalities as well as our renowned Integrative Cranial Sacral course. At Renaissance College-Massage Program we prepare our students to meet the demands of the public who are seeking natural healing.…

why massage therapy

Why Massage Therapy? An attempt to explain

Renaissance College Massage School, Massage Therapy, Massage Therapy Careers

Why massage therapy? An attempt to explain the magic of touch therapy, and why I decided to become a Registered Massage Therapist.

People want to know why massage therapy as a profession. This is usually the first question a new client asks me.

There is something about massage therapy. It’s got a certain luxurious caché. It’s a popular profession, yet there aren’t many of us. When people find out what I do for a living, they raise their eyebrow, smile, maybe laugh and point hopefully at their shoulders.

Massage Careers Utah

Renaissance College Massage Therapy Careers

Do you want a career that offers the satisfaction of helping people and a work environment that is positive and exciting? With the education you will receive at the Renaissance College Massage Program in Utah, that career can be yours.

Massage therapy is a flexible and rewarding career in which you not only take care of others – you also take care of yourself! You can work in a resort spa, cruise ship, sports clinic, destination spa, or a day spa close to home.…

Massage Therapy Careers – UT

Renaissance College Massage Therapy Careers

renaissance-collegeMassage therapists apply focused, hands-on techniques to promote relaxation and increase circulation in the body’s soft tissues (muscles, tendons, tissue, etc.).

Most massage therapists are sole practitioners, and many work part-time because the work can be physically demanding. Many therapists use their massage practice as an adjunct to another profession, earning approximately half their income from massage. The average amount of hands-on work for most massage therapists is 15 hours per week (excluding administrative tasks, such as keeping client health records, bookkeeping, marketing, scheduling, maintaining supplies, etc.).…