Massage Therapy School Tuition

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Deciding to go to massage school is an important thing which will shape your career and even your future. An essential consideration when contemplating massage school is how much money it will cost if you want to get a full massage education. Martin Ashley- the author of the book Massage, she said: “The average range of tuition at massage schools is anywhere from $6 to $17 per hour and most schools are around $9 or $10 per hour. If you consider that most quality programs are a minimum of 500 hours, you can expect to pay at least $4,500 to $5,000 in tuition alone.” Some private massage schools are typically more expensive, but it has the faster programs and may have the prestigious reputations. Community colleges may cost less and may offer both full and part-time options which will allow you to select the pace better suited for you.

On the other hand, if you are studying full-time, you may experience lost wages. Going to a new city to attend school can be expensive, and you will have standard living costs, such as food and rent. Additional expenses may include a massage table, professional uniforms, textbooks and other learning materials.

After you finished all programs in the massage school, you may need to take examinations for the national certification as a massage therapist.

Finally, there are some tips you may need to consider. When you are not working and you plan to go to school full-time, you should consider to pay for rent, food, transportation, and any other living expenses. If you would like to go to a part-time massage school, then you will need to consider living on less wages and balancing the time between work and school.

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