When you visit the school and talk to the students and teachers you get a very good sense of why Spa Tech graduates are among the best. The owners are industry leaders who know what it takes to help you succeed.
As one student said, "Saying you are from Spa Tech jumps you to the front of the line."
But how do you know what's really going on?
Spa Tech Institute Testimonials and Success Stories say it best.
There are very few schools that are still owned and operated by professionals who are thought leaders in the industry. You can also learn a lot by going to the school's student clinics.
Success requires more than just learning the basic skills of the trade. You also need to develop excellent client communication skills, product knowledge, customer service techniques and much more. But most of all you must develop a professional style that gives employers and clients confidence in your work.
Our commitment is to help you change your life in positive and profound ways that prepares you for the professional quality that employers and clients seek. We look for teachers who share our view that helping you to improve your life is our most important job. And we use curriculums that give you the maximum relevant information in the most efficient way.
Being a professional massage therapist, polarity therapist, aesthetician, cosmetologist or spa professional is exciting and creative. Doing what you're good at is living your genius. We look forward to helping you achieve your goals.
Nancy Risley, RPP, RPE Founder and VP of Education
Kris Stecker, President
Please note: Massage Therapy, Esthetics, Polarity Therapy and Cosmetology are regulated by the states and varies in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Vermont. Massage Therapy and Polarity Therapy have national certification exams that are optional and Esthetics and Cosmetology have state exams that are mandatory for licensing in Massachusetts and Maine. Some states have reciprocity for licensing while other states may require national certification exams prior to state licensing or additional hours or subjects of training. If you are thinking of practicing in a state other than Massachusetts or Maine you will need to get all current licensing information from that state.