Massage Therapy

The AMBI massage therapist school program consists of 20 hours per week of on-ground campus training and an additional 5 hours per week in online training. Our students attend class at our beautiful Northern Virginia campus, just outside of Washington, DC, near Tysons Corner.

Programs

Continuing Education

After you finish your massage therapist school training, it's important to keep your skills fresh. AMBI offers continuing education on our Northern Virginia massage school campus—a quick trip from Washington, DC! Check our schedule for upcoming continuing massage therapy education classes.

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Programs

Massage Workshops

Everyone in our Northern Virginia and Washington, DC community can benefit from the healing power of touch! Enjoy a massage workshop taught by our instructors. We offer everything from couples' massage to intro to massage workshops throughout the year. Located in Vienna, VA—near Tysons Corner!

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Why Massage Therapist School?

According to the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, the “employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 23% from 2012 to 2022, much faster than average for all occupations. Continued growth and demand for massage services will lead to new openings for massage therapists”.

Massage Tysons Corner

Study at our Northern Virginia Campus — Located in Vienna VA
Our massage therapist school in Northern Virginia (near Tysons Corner in Vienna, VA) offers scholarship programs and financial assistance to ensure a massage therapy program is affordable for everyone. Get in touch to learn how we can help you pay your new career!

What do Massage Therapists do?

Massage therapists treat clients by using touch to manipulate the soft-tissue muscles of the body. Through the power of their touch, massage therapists relieve chronic pain, help to rehabilitate injuries, improve blood circulation, relieve stress, promote relaxation, and aid in the overall wellness of clients.

Where do Massage Therapists Work?

Massage therapists work in spas, wellness centers, medical and chiropractic facilities, private offices, fitness centers, and some choose to see their clients in the privacy of either the client or therapist's home. Northern Virginia and Washington DC massage therapists are in high demand!