You have taken an important step in securing the future of massage therapy. You will soon be contacted by NHI to coordinate a date and time that works best to schedule a brief (30-45 minutes) training. This can be done in person or over the phone/screen share.
Frequently Asked Questions
How easy is it to get started?
After submitting your registration online, NHI will contact you to:
1. Answer your questions
2. Provide support and materials
Do I have time for this?
- The beauty of this program is that we have streamlined it for ease of operations. It takes very little time or effort on your part.
- The initial introduction/training can be done in 30-45 minutes, online or in-person at your convenience.
- After the initial training, everything else is done online. You submit the info online through a customized page and NHI takes care of everything else!
Why partner with National Holistic Institute – A College of Massage Therapy?
NHI has been educating highly skilled massage therapists since 1979. Our Massage Therapy Training Program includes emphasis on professionalism and customer service in addition to massage techniques and sciences.
Can other staff participate?
Yes! The program is open to all employees. Anyone who gives a referral can receive the $50 bonus.
What if I have friends and family that are interested – can I refer them?
Yes, as long as they are “qualified” referrals, we welcome them. A qualified referral is someone who is sincerely interested in knowing more about becoming a massage therapist, is at least 18 years old, provides valid contact info and has a HS diploma or GED.
How often will I be paid?
Bonus checks are distributed within 60 days of submitting a qualified referral. Details will be explained during training.
What happens if my client takes the postcard with them and enters their own information?
As long as all the required fields are filled in on the web page we will be able to track it to the referring therapist.
Will it cost me anything to participate in this program?
NO! NHI handles all the accounting, provides all necessary materials, and pays therapists as independent contractors. There are no costs to the employer.