Enhance Your Personal Training Career with Massage Therapy.
If you’re ready to earn additional income on top of personal training, and enhance the services you provide to your clients, you owe it to yourself to consider your potential as a sports massage therapist.
8 Month Massage Therapy Training Program
As a personal trainer you have the stamina, inquisitive mind, knowledge in kinesiology, and passion for enhancing an active lifestyle that’s needed to become an all-star massage therapist. You can start training at National Holistic Institute’s industry recognized Massage Therapy Training Program and become a sports massage professional in as little as 8 months.
As a Sports Massage Therapist you’ll be able to…
- Enhance the value you provide for your clients.
- Take care of your clients issues instead of referring them to someone else.
- Enhance the well-being of athletes, help optimize their performance, prevent common injuries and provide relief to the physical discomfort that goes hand in hand with exercise.
- Locate an area of dysfunction, aid in the relief of facilitating improvement in the area, and watch the athlete go out and perform well.
- Provide sports massage at events on the local, national and international level.
- Work with collegiate teams or pro athletes.
- Work in exciting settings such as the Summer or Winter Olympic games, National Powerlifting Teams, NBA,WMBA, NCAA, & More!
- Have clients who have an exceptional awareness of their bodies.
- Work in a variety of environments, including outdoors at triathlons, marathons, bicycle races, track meets, and more.
- Network with other massage professionals at at athletic events and meet prospective clients.
Becoming a Qualified Massage Therapist
The Massage Therapy Training Program from National Holistic Institute (NHI) provides the hands-on training, practical experience and industry support it takes to become a qualified and confident massage practitioner.
As a student in this program you’ll get individual guidance in important sports medicine areas, including:
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Myofascial Therapies
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Sports Massage
You’ll also receive training in Eastern modalities such as Shiatsu and acupressure to complement your practice.
In addition to comprehensive massage training, business and science classes equip you with all the skills you need to work in the rapidly-growing industry of massage therapy.