Where Consciousness Meets Touch

As a massage therapist you get to do work that is extremely satisfying and rewarding. You work in attractive settings that are healthy and positive, helping people to feel better and getting paid well to do what you love.

You also can create flexible schedules that fit your other commitments, work in the resort or cruise industry in interesting places or have your own business.

But the best kept secret is that you get to experience the relaxation of massage for several hours a day at the same time you get to move around and use your body. There is no healthier occupation that we know of.

The Spa Tech Difference


There are many schools that offer massage training. There are very few that have the experience and expertise to make you successful.

With experience since 1980 in the massage and bodywork field, Spa Tech Institute has an established reputation for excellence that makes it the first choice for many spas, clinics and other employers.


The schedules are designed for people who want to become professional therapists as quickly as possible as well as busy people who want a school that is responsive to their needs of juggling work and family.

Our Holistic or Therapeutic Massage curriculums and Polarity Therapy program, designed and implemented by the PRI Educational Development Company, are carefully constructed and taught to give you the maximum expertise in the shortest time.

Classes may be taken either in our full-time or half-day (9-1:30)weekday programs or the part-time evening programs.

Getting Started is Easy

We highly recommend setting up an initial interview to review your options for becoming a professional massage or polarity therapist. You may also find receiving sessions in the student clinic helpful to better understand the techniques you will learn and the quality of the training.

Starting is simple: Simply fill out the form above or contact the location nearest you to schedule an appointment for an interview and a session.

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