longest lasting massage therapy program
in North Dakota
This program is offered at Josef’s West and Grand Forks campus.
Our program includes learning not only technique, but also how to create a healthy environment, appropriate client/therapist relationships, as well as the essentials in proper body mechanics.
The need for massage therapists is constantly growing. This is one of the most high demand industries to be in. Whether its in a clinical setting, health spa or your own private practice, we provide the education needed to be successful professional.
February 11, 2019 & August 12, 2019
January 7, 2019 & June 3, 2019
Work out of your home, set up a private practice or choose another employment situation: athletic club, day spa/salon, chiropractic clinic, hospital, cruise ship, hotel or resort, physical therapy or medical clinic, ski resort, high school, collegiate, or professional sports team.
Job demand survey results for North Dakota is listed on our accreditation website, naccas.org.
In January 2003 there were 3,444 professionals employed in North Dakota’s 794 salons. The Salon Industry in North Dakota is a job-seekers market today with more than 56 percent of salon owners reporting at least one to two job openings available immediately.
The average income in North Dakota is $30,000 to $50,000 per year. There is a ‘zero unemployment’ factor—which means the state needs many new salon professionals