European Massage Therapy School changing lives since 1997

Massage therapy has changed the lives of people nationwide and the European Massage Therapy School promises to keep that going. In business since 1997, European Massage Therapy School is an accredited adult vocational school helping adults learn the necessary skills to become successful in the rewarding career of massage therapy. In less than a year, students who are enrolled can become a Licensed Massage Therapist and are able to work in medical spas, chiropractic offices, injury rehabilitation centers, day spas, sports teams, and more.

“We run our school like a school, not a business,” instructor John Teng said, “our main goal is to help students succeed, not make more money for the owners or investors.” The school has graduated over 2,000 students and many of them had become successful massage therapists across Nevada. Some go on to work at the school itself. The vocational school also has lifetime benefits for their students and graduates that no other trade schools offer. They also offer quality education at a very reasonable tuition cost making the experience of becoming an LMT fully worth it. European Massage Therapy School has helped change thousands of people’s lives, both students and the public. Many of their students work as housekeepers, cooks, cashiers, security guards, retail clerks, and many other high stress and low rewards jobs. The school gives them a chance to find a different career path that is both rewarding and beneficial.

Additionally, the school also has students who work in the fitness and wellness industry as trainers, certified nursing assistants, yoga instructors, professional dancers, and more. These students start education at the school to combine their careers with massage therapy to offer their clients a holistic approach in the health management career.

The services European Massage Therapy School offers are not just for students, but also to the public. “We offer a 610-hour Professional Massage Therapy Program that exceeds the requirement of the Nevada State Board of Massage Therapy,” said Teng. The students go through a clinical practice where the public can get massages at affordable prices. This allows them to get the practice they need for when they have their own clients.

A unique quality about the school is that they are an International Therapy Examination Council certified school which means if a student graduates from the school, they are eligible to take that exam. Once passed, the student can work in many developed countries around the world that recognize the ITEC certification.


European Massage Therapy School has changed the lives of many students since first beginning in 1997 by helping them get jobs across Nevada, the United States, and even globally. EMTS continues to spread the word about the many benefits of massage therapy and students who go through the Professional Massage Therapy Program to graduate have positively impacted clients with what they have learned. “We absolutely believe in the benefits of massage therapy and massage as a complementary and alternative medicine,” said Teng. “We are passionate about what we do, and we love to come to school every day to help our students succeed in life.”



This article was presented and sponsored by European Massage Therapy School. For more information, go to www.school-for-massage.com

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