Introduction to Massage Therapy Course in Melbourne

Introduction to Massage Therapy Course in Melbourne 2017-07-24T00:41:34+00:00

Start your Introduction to Massage Therapy course today with the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy and Myotherapy

Our Melbourne based Introduction to Massage Therapy course is a great 13-hour course designed to help you learn massage. You can immediately use the skills and techniques, you will certainly impress your family and friends! Elite professional Massage Therapists and trainers conduct these courses, showing you how to correctly and safely deliver massage. The classes are enjoyable, informative and full of “hands on” massage. You will:

  • learn relaxation massage techniques for the back of the body
  • learn a “seated” neck, head and shoulder massage
  • learn massage in a small class with like minded people enhance your own personal growth

This course is a great place to start!

Your first step on your new career path is to enrol in one of our Introduction to Massage Therapy intensive courses. You may enrol in the Introduction classes as a short course without registering for the full Diploma course.

This lets you “test the water” at a low cost. You will be able to experience our teaching methods and learn new skills while assessing if a massage career is for you. The course is deliberately structured so that it is also the foundation for the full Diploma course giving you a flying start on your new career.

Generally run as a weekend massage course, we also have this course running over some weeknights as well.

Whether you want to start a career in the massage industry, or study a massage course as a hobby, short massage courses will set you on the right path.

Call the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy and Myotherapy and Myotherapy now for more information, or to book for our next intake on 9455 1926!

Enquire about this course

Enrol through our online shop or download the

“Introduction to Massage” enrolment form.

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Forthcoming dates:

October 14th & 15th (9.30am to 5pm)

November 11th & 12th (9.30am to 5pm)