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Massage Therapy Program

750 Hours


Take the Fast-Track to Licensure with the longest standing program in the state of North Dakota. 

What You Learn

Our 750 hour massage therapy program is built on the thorough understanding of the human body’s structure and function.

This program follows all of North Dakota state required guidelines for licensure. This 35 hour a week program allows you to apply for massage licensure in 48 states!

The curriculum includes, but not limited to:

  • Anatomy & Kinesiology
  • Pathology
  • First aid, Hygiene & CPR
  • Business Practices 
  • Clinical Practices 
  • Practical Application

You will gain practical experience through hands-on experience with public clients overseen by a LMT in professional service rooms.

Various modalities to jump start your career

  • Swedish
  • Deep Tissue
  • Sports
  • Hot Stone
  • Pregnancy
  • Geriatrics
  • Chair
  • Salt Scrub / Mud Wraps
With introduction other modalities that include
  • Myofascial Release
  • Energy work
  • Reflexology
  • Aromatherapy/Raindrop therapy

Fast-Track to Licensure

Meet our Massage Therapy instructor, Ms. Jessica Irelan.  Irelan was the North Dakota representative at this year’s American Massage Championship in North Carolina, taking the Bronze medal in Sports Massage.

She has also taken on the role as Director of the North Dakota Massage Championship.   She brings more than 25 years of experience as a nurse, licensed massage therapist and massage therapy instructor.

Our hands on, fast-paced curriculum is designed to serve as the basis for certificate completion and educate students to pass the MBLEx.

The “MBLEx” stands for the Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination. It is a standardized examination that tests the critical knowledge needed to practice massage therapy. This is an essential exam that is required to PASS for many states to obtain a license.


The Massage Therapy program’s schedule is Monday-Friday 9-4:30pm

No Saturdays are required.

We offer our students a holiday break over Christmas & Independence Day

Career Information

The average income in North Dakota is $61,995,000 per year. There is a ‘zero unemployment’ factor—which means the state needs many new licensed massage therapists!

There are many opportunities for careers in Massage Therapy

  • Massage Therapy Clinics
  • Day Spas
  • Chiropractic Offices
  • Gyms
  • Cruise Ships / Resorts
  • Sports Teams
  • Physical Therapy Clinics
  • Injury Centers
  • Cancer Clinics
  • Business Owner / Entrepreneur
  • Corporate Wellness Programs
  • And other creative opportunities



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