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As you explore this site, you'll discover helpful information about careers in massage therapy, our accredited full and part-time programs, and our admission requirements. You'll even learn about the many ways you can pay for school.
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Fully Accredited Massage Therapy School in Arizona with Four Convenient Campuses
Students who enroll in the full-time track complete the program in just 26 weeks. Classes are held Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.
We know that not everyone has the flexibility to attend school full-time, which is why we offer a part-time program that can lead you to licensure in 12 months. Part-time classes are held at all four ASIS campuses, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 6pm to 9:20pm and every Saturday 9am to 3:20pm.
In addition to class, both full and part-time students participate in the Student Clinic to get hands-on training and meet licensure requirements. Student Clinic hours vary according to campus and program and can include morning, evening, and weekend sessions.
“Holistic is the first thing that comes to mind. Giving students place, purpose, and empowerment in what they are learning. I can speak to this because learning in this environment totally transformed my life, how I approach learning new things, personal and business relationships.”
“As I read through the mission statement for ASIS, it led me to a question—what is my own personal mission statement and is it in alignment with my life? Do I provide a safe and evocative learning environment for myself ? Do I celebrate the beauty and uniqueness of my own diversity? It feels like ASIS does this regularly.”
“My time at ASIS . . . has shown that curiosity is more interesting, fun, and simple than criticism, and that learning is a lifelong process to approach day-by-day. Every morning I greet the present version of myself, knowing fully that that version might be a little richer, wiser, more humble, when bedtime rolls around.”