Get the skills

To Be A Professional Massage Therapist

8 Month Massage Therapy Career Training Program in Emeryville

Whether you’re just starting out, ready to make a career change, or perhaps looking for a second source of income. If you’re a compassionate, intuitive person interested in holistic healing and helping others and you’re looking for a rewarding career that fits your lifestyle, you owe it to yourself consider your potential in massage therapy.

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Emeryville Massage School Campus

5900 Doyle Street
Emeryville, California 94608
510.547.6442

Hours

MON – FRI  / 8:15am – 10:15pm
SUN / Closed

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Whats great about Emeryville Campus?

  • Fully Supervised Teaching Massage Clinic
  • Hands-On Learning Labs & Resources
  • Career Placement Support Department
  • Onsite Financial Aid Specialists
  • Parking

A part of Alameda County, Emeryville California is located in a corridor between Berkeley and Oakland and extends to the shore of the San Francisco Bay. Home to Pixar Studios and many other industrious companies, Emeryville is a bustling, healthy city. A rich arts and culture scene, along with abundant outdoor activities, dining and night life make Emeryville an excellent place to spend your time.

Recommended Reviews of NHI

Richard M

Richard M.

El Cerrito,

United States

yelp-stars1/27/2012

If you’re looking for the best massage school coupled by the highest caliber faculty and administration it’s equal, NHI is it. Having been in massage education for several years, I can say shy from any doubt, the school, curriculum to teaching standards far exceeds anything I’ve experienced in the industry.Something magical happens when you combine 30 years of commitment, 1 part faculty superb and their continual drive for further improvements. It was no surprise when I heard NHI was awarded massage school of the year. If you’re thinking about massage education, invest a bit of time at on campus, talk to the teachers and definitely sit in on a class.

Get Prepared for California State Certification

Upon completion of this program, graduates are fully prepared and qualified to take the MBLEX exam required for California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC) Certification.

After completing 500 hours of the program, you’ll be eligible to begin the application process for CAMTC certification. Once you’re certified you can work in the massage therapy field. If you become certified before graduating the program, you can begin working while you finish your training.

ACCREDITATIONS

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WHAT OUR GRADUATES SAY

“I am an architect and I decided to explore massage therapy as an alternative to spending eight hours a day at a desk. Every class was amazing and I loved the AVK teaching method that is used at NHI which is learning by hearing, seeing and doing, it really helped make the curriculum easy to learn because we got the information in so many different ways.”


Anne Nelson - Massage Therapy Ambassador— Anne Nelson | Emeryville Campus

WHY ACCREDITATION IS IMPORTANT

Accreditation is the process of evaluating a school or educational training program to determine whether it meets standards set up by an accrediting organization. When you attend an accredited institution, you are attending a school that has undergone a rigorous process that evaluates educational quality. It’s not easy to become or remain an accredited institution. The rules and regulations are strict, precise and designed to protect students. Here are some of the benefits:

  • A reliable indicator of quality
  • Approved program of study
  • Qualified instructors
  • Recognition by employers nationwide

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the programs, and other important information, visit: www.nhi.edu/disclosure

Anne Nelson | Emeryville Campus’s photo

I am an architect and I decided to explore massage therapy as an alternative to spending eight hours a day at a desk. Every class was amazing and I loved the AVK teaching method that is used at NHI which is learning by hearing, seeing and doing, it really helped make the curriculum easy to learn because we got the information in so many different ways.

Anne Nelson | Emeryville Campus