Instruction should be done in a compounded fashion to provide students a well-rounded understanding of the subject materials. The Austin Massage Academy way of teaching utilizes this approach through video, text, sound and computer technology.
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) November 28, 2018
The Austin Massage Academy (https://www.austinmassageacademy.com) announced a new massage therapy training program aimed at those wanting to work while they earn their massage therapist license. The program will meet every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6:30pm – 10:30pm and every Sunday from 9am – 6pm at the school’s location on Pond Springs Road in Austin, Texas, beginning January 22, 2019.
In order to become a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) in Texas one must engage in a curriculum of 500 hours at a certified massage school. Subjects such as Human Anatomy, Kinesiology, Pathology and massage modalities comprise four hundred and fifty hours, while the other fifty hours are earned while working on actual patients in a student massage clinic.
Being an Austin-based massage school, the Austin Massage Academy fits within the high-tech culture of the city by using 3D computer models of the human body to help instruct students. The school has ensured customers also get the conveniences that come with technology by enabling online reservations for massage appointments to the student clinic at http://www.massageschoolclinic.com.
Xue Wang is one of the founders and instructors at the Austin Massage Academy. “Instruction should be done in a compounded fashion to provide students a well-rounded understanding of the subject materials. The Austin Massage Academy way of teaching utilizes this approach through video, text, sound and computer technology. We also maintain that multi-faceted way in our class scheduling with this offer of nights and weekends,” Wang said.
About the Austin Massage Academy:
The Austin Massage Academy was founded by two professionals, Xue Wang and Kevin Welling, with different life paths- one an immigrant and single mother that found her place and passion in the business of massage and the other an Ivy League MBA that grew up in Austin, Texas. They joined forces to create a massage instructional facility in Austin with a simple charter: to provide world-class instruction in both massage and the business of massage, while making it accessible, so that anyone can create a career of their own without being saddled by the burden of student debt.
“Understanding how money and marketing works is every bit as important as knowing Anatomy and Kinesiology to the success of someone entering a career in massage,” Welling said.
Austin Massage Academy
13091 Pond Springs Road, Suite 400
Austin, Texas 78729