an Education with a Touch!

Massage Therapy

During lecture, students are taught all about the body and how it works with visuals and PowerPoint.

Massage therapy is a profession that is being discovered at a rapid pace in today's society by a wide range of fields. Many of the medical, rehabilitation, and fitness professions are discovering the benefits of massage therapy; thus creating opportunities for licensed massage therapists. At River Valley School of Massage, we believe that professionally skilled therapists are the key to providing a stress free, relaxing environment for the world to enjoy.

Calendar of School Closings:

​​Aromatherapy Spa Facial, Deep Tissue

This section focuses on the collective principles of health preservation and proper practice for infection prevention.

CEU Information:

Spring Break    -    March 19-23, 2018

​Memorial Day    -   May 28, 2018

​Independence Day - July 4, 2018

Labor Day    -    September 3, 2018

Thanksgiving    -   November 22-23, 2018

​Winter Break    -    TBA

This section breaks down the Arkansas Massage Law for practical understanding and teaches ethical business practices and professional conduct.

Students are taught a Swedish massage technique, which increases circulation and promotes relaxation while reducing stress. They perform hands-on practice on other students as well as clients.

Each student is required to successfully complete 600 hours of massage training and techniques. This includes but is not limited to:

- 225 hours Practical and Technique

 

- 175 hours Anatomy and Physiology

 
- 100 hours of Application and extended Anatomy and Physiology

- 25 hours Hydrotherapy, Electrotherapy, and Heliotherapy

 
- 25 hours Massage Laws and Professional Ethics

 

- 25 hours related subjects (including, but not limited to…)

 


 



​- 25 hours Hygiene and Infection Control

What you will study.

CEU classes that are available:

​Amanda Williams:



​Audra Findley:



​All dates to be announced. Contact the school for more information or like our Facebook page.

Reflexology: Intro to the Hand, Reflexology: Intro to the Feet, Deep Tissue: Low Back and Hips, The Back Facial

Reflexology – a natural healing art by applying pressure to key areas in your hands and feet that stimulate different parts of the body.

Deep Tissue – slow deliberate firm pressure that affects deep muscles for relief of chronic problems.

Infant Massage – a fun, loving, and nurturing touch that assists in a baby’s healthy development.

Aromatherapy – the use of oils and their affects to the body.

This section teaches the therapeutic use of water, light, and small electrical current.

River Valley School of Massage