Massage Therapy Program
Do what you love and help others through the art of ancient healing. Mildred Elley’s Massage Therapy School in Albany, NY offers you the education, practice and skills necessary in the massage therapy profession. The Massage Therapy program satisfies the academic requirements to qualify massage therapy graduates for the New York State Massage Therapy Examination.
The massage therapy student will learn many different skills in the course of training at Mildred Elley. The student will learn communication skills to carefully listen to the client and offer the best massage session possible. The student will learn to show empathy and integrity towards their clients, making them feel comfortable during a massage session. These skills and more will be taught during the curriculum of Mildred Elley’s Massage Therapy program.
Employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 24 percent from 2016 to 2026 according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics †, much faster than the average for all occupations. Continued growth in the demand for massage services will lead to new openings for massage therapists.
Massage Therapy Program Benefits
Attending Mildred Elley means you not only receive a quality higher education experience, but it also means you get access to the most advanced massage therapy job training available. Mildred Elley also offers many different benefits for massage therapy program students.
- Financial Aid & Scholarships for Those Who Qualify
- Lifetime Job Placement Assistance
- Flexible Schedule
- Approved for Veterans Education Benefits
- Free Career Assessment
- International Students Welcome
Lifetime Job Placement Assistance
In Albany, NY there are many potential opportunities for career placement. After graduating from Mildred Elley with a degree or certificate, enjoy our lifetime job placement assistance and are ready to pursue a rewarding career in massage therapy.
Mildred Elley taught me how to study and to learn. With those skills I have advanced to become a very skilled Massage Therapist. I feel very fortunate and I love what I do.
-Kim Lathrop, Class of 2013