Janis Arlow LMT, MEd, received her basic massage training from the Virginia School of Massage in 1995 and went on to pursue a diploma in Visionary Cranial Sacral Work from the Milne Institute. Throughout her years in practice, Janis taught in various massage programs before pursuing a Masters in Adult Education from James Madison University. Combining her love of bodywork with her passion for education, Janis joins the ASIS team at Flagstaff as an instructor and campus manager.


Heidi is a student at the ASIS Flagstaff campus and was chosen as our November Student of the Month because she “spreads encouragement and optimism throughout campus.”

Career Paths for Massage Therapists: Freelance and Private Practice (Part 5 of 5)

In the last article we went over career opportunities in the field of Sports Massage, and now, in our last article in this series, we will go over opportunities for those of you who rather go solo by running your own private practice or through freelancing.

Career Paths for Massage Therapists: Sports Massage (Part 4 of 5)

Sports Massage is becoming more and more popular, especially after the last Olympics. Many athletes use massage therapy to maintain peak performance and to help recover faster when they do succumb to an injury. Sports or athletic organizations, such as those that own sports teams, employ massage therapists for those same reasons.

Career Paths for Massage Therapists: Healthcare (Part 3 of 5)

Are you drawn to the healing arts? Have you always wanted to work in the healthcare field? Would you like to provide your clients with a natural path towards healing? If so, there are many opportunities available in the healthcare industry after you graduate from massage therapy school.