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Are you good with your hands, and enjoy giving massages to just about anyone? Would you enjoy giving massages for therapeutic or alternative health purposes? Enrolling in a massage school may well be the right choice for you.

There are many options when it comes to going to massage school. Because of the numerous massage techniques and the growing use of massage as an alternative to traditional health treatments, you have many choices for what kind of massage that you might want to learn. When choosing your program for massage school, you will want to decide if you want to specialize in therapeutic massage, or if you want to massage for relaxation purposes as well.

Massage therapists work in many different settings, some choosing to start their own practice. If you choose therapeutic massage, you may be able to work in a physical therapy setting once you are finished with school. Many people today turn to massage for therapy because it works in conjunction with medication, or sometimes as an alternative to medication. Massaging for relaxation purposes is not used to replace medication, but solely to help release stress and tension stored in the muscles.

Massage school courses will teach you all that you need to know about the different massage techniques and uses for massage. You will be expected to take courses that familiarize you with the human body, and especially the muscles of the body. Not only will you learn where the muscles are and how to release the tension from them, but you will also learn what exactly they do and how they work.

Becoming a massage therapist can be a very rewarding job because you get to help relax people and help to ease their aches and pains. There is nothing more rewarding than putting a smile on a person's face!

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