Massage Course

Explore a wide array of massage techniques in this course.

From Swedish massage to deep tissue massage to sports massage and more, equipping you with the essential knowledge and skills to become a proficient massage therapist.

Our comprehensive blend of theory and hands-on practice will allow you to learn a deep understanding of anatomy, physiology, body mechanics, hygiene, client communication, and ethical practices

Discover the diverse range of massage oils, lotions, and industry products, and learn to personalize each massage session to cater to your client’s specific needs — all with the Freedom From Pain Institute Training Center.

Learning Modality:

  • Online – This is for theoretical lessons where we will meet 3 times a week on Google Class, and have weekly assessments
  • Face-to-Face – You will conduct your internships face-to-face.

Length of Education:

  • This course will take you 3 months before you can graduate as a professional massage specialist.
  • 2 months of theoretical online learning, and 1 month of face-to-face internship.

What you’ll get at the end of the course:

  • Certification
  • ID
  • Course Materials (such as booklets, videos, etc.)

Here is the list of subjects you are expected to learn inside this course:

This subject provides a foundational understanding of the human body, including the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.
Students will learn a variety of massage techniques, including Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, sports massage, and others. This will involve learning how to use different hand positions, pressures, and movements to manipulate soft tissue.
Proper body mechanics are essential for a massage therapist to avoid injury and provide the best possible treatment to clients. Students will learn about proper posture, ergonomics, and how to use body weight to apply pressure effectively.
Effective communication is important to ensure client comfort and satisfaction. Students will learn how to communicate with clients before, during, and after the massage treatment.
Maintaining a clean and hygienic workspace is crucial for the safety and well-being of clients. Students will learn about proper cleaning and disinfection procedures, as well as how to maintain a professional appearance.
Massage therapists must adhere to ethical guidelines and boundaries in their practice. Students will learn about ethical considerations related to client confidentiality, informed consent, and maintaining professional boundaries.
Students will learn how to market their massage therapy practice, including building a website, managing social media, and networking with other professionals. They will also learn how to manage finances, set prices, and handle insurance and billing.
Some massage courses may also cover specialized techniques such as prenatal massage, oncology massage, or lymphatic drainage massage, depending on the program’s curriculum.

Tuition Fee:

  • The price for the courses is not fixed. It depends upon the negotiation with the enrollees and the school.


  • You need to be at least a high school graduate (old curriculum) or K-12 graduate (new curriculum) to enroll in this course. 

This course is perfect for you if:

  • You want to become a health advisor or practitioner in the future, and start your own wellness clinic
  • You’re interested to add this education to the list of wellness services that you offer
  • You’re looking for a course that teaches you a comprehensive and in-depth massage techniques and practices

We will help you transform lives just as how we changed the lives of our patients

Ready to become a massage specialist?

Enroll now at FFPITC!

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