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About Flint School of Therapeutic Massage

Entering a new career or learning a new skill can be daunting. How do you know you’ve found the right school? Are you sure the instructors have your best interests in mind? Flint School of Therapeutic Massage in Michigan is home to nationally certified instructors, numerous classes and an exceptional student-teacher ratio.

Our instructors have expertise in chiropractic medicine, recreational therapy and secondary education. Our seven-month program is the most cost-effective in the state and features flexible classes, as well as a 6:1 student-teacher ratio.

We’ve catered our program to those who make too much money to qualify for financial aid, but who can’t afford to pay for their education out-of-pocket. Because we understand the importance of education, we also offer payment programs.

Start learning about the exciting world of massage right now – call 810-767-1000 to schedule a tour.

Diana Morgan

Diana Morgan

Founder / Director

Dustin Auch

Dustin Auch

Graduate Assistant

Jackie Popadich

Jackie Popadich

Instructor

Kristina Balish

Kristina Balish

Instructor

Nicole Wisda

Nicole Wisda

Student Services Director

Nicole Glauser

Nicole Glauser

Graduate Assistant

Patty Backus

Patty Backus

Instructor

Choose to learn a variety of techniques

Count on the instructors at Flint School of Therapeutic Massage to take your education to the next level. We offer a variety of classes on techniques such as:

  • Chair Massage
  • Swedish
  • Pre-Natal
  • Massage Reflexology
  • Trigger Point/INIT
  • Sports Massage
  • Myofacial Release
  • Shiatsu Polarity
  • Reflexology
  • Business and Ethics
  • S.O.A.P. Documentation
  • Assessment Skills Pathology

NOTE FROM DIANA MORGAN - DIRECTOR

NOTE FROM DIANA MORGAN - DIRECTOR

"Stress related psychological and physiological disorders are currently on the rise. Insurance companies are now starting to see the value of massage therapy as a viable health alternative to be included in a treatment plan. More than ever, qualified, certified massage therapists are in demand. With a commitment of flexible hours per week in class you can become a certified massage therapist. You will be able to work in the following health and fitness positions: hospitals, sports medicine clinics, physical therapy clinics, chiropractic clinics, gyms, aerobic studios and/or start a business of your own, scheduling your own hours."