Fall 2016 class dates announced!

Added on by Alexei Levine.

Our next classes in Massachusetts will begin on Monday, September 12th, in Boston, and Tuesday, September 13th, in Easthampton. Class sizes are limited, apply now for the best chances of admission.

Right livelihood in an era of corporate greed

Added on by Alexei Levine.

As you may know from reading the news, for-profit education is very often a terrible trap for students trying to get ahead.  The big corporate schools charge big tuitions, and many engage in predatory recruiting techniques in order to take advantage of government-backed student loans.  When students graduate, they become what are essentially indentured servants.  Many default.  The tax payer is left holding the bag, the student is left with ruined credit, and the big school owners have all the tuition.

The injustice of this system is heartbreaking to us.  Our personal belief is that if we are going to be on this planet for seventy years or so, it makes sense to spend it doing something we can be proud of, something that helps in some meaningful way.  For us that happens to mean contributing to the solution to this problem.

We have one of the lowest tuitions in the country.  We don’t accept federal financial aid.  We have an interest-free monthly payment plan.  Our students pay $400 per month for the twelve months they are in school.  When our students graduate, they leave owing nothing.  It is so much easier to make a living as a new massage therapist just starting out, if most of your income is not going to pay back a huge loan.  Single parents make up a significant portion of our student body.  It feels really good to us to know that we are giving a leg up to folks who are willing to work hard to make a better life for themselves and their children.

We also believe in paying our instructors a good wage. Although our tuition is so low, we've heard anecdotes that lead us to believe that we pay our instructors almost twice the rate the big corporate schools pay their instructors. That's one reason we've been able to attract such talented people.

When people ask us why we offer our scholarships and charge so little, we reply - why do the big corporate schools charge so much?


New Boston Location opens September 2013!

Added on by Alexei Levine.

Please join us at our beautiful new campus at 63 Wareham St., in Boston’s South End.
Conveniently located near public transportation, and with lots of on-street parking, we offer night and weekend classes that fit into a busy lifestyle.

Celebrating the opening of our newest campus with $5,000 scholarships for all students admitted at any of our locations! Total remaining tuition is $4,800, with an interest-free payment plan of $400 per month for 12 months.

We have been training Massage Therapists in Massachusetts for 13 years. With our 800-hour program you can become a licensed massage therapist in about a year, without having to take expensive government loans.

Apply online now!