Completion of this certificate satisfies the Washington Department of Health hours and content requirement, allowing the graduate to take the certification exam and apply for Washington State licensure. This certificate can be completed in just over two terms for those students in our day (full-time) section, or three terms for our evening students. In addition to massage theory and practice, we will also be covering all the systems in the body, with emphasis on the muscular system, and successful business practices.
Prerequisites: A medical statement of health status from a primary care provider stating the student is able to safely participate in all aspects of the class is required to enter the program. That statement must be submitted to instructor on the first day of class.
Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology I
Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology II
Swedish Massage Theory
Complementary Massage Modalities I
Swedish Massage Practice
Kinesiology: Upper Extremity
Deep Tissue Massage Theory
Deep Tissue Massage Practice
Complementary Massage Modalities II
Kinesiology: Head and Neck
Massage Business and Ethics I
Massage Business and Ethics II
Kinesiology: Lower Extremity
Total Credits for Completion