National Massage Therapy Institute Unveils Flexible Scheduling at Turnersville, NJ Campus with weekend classes to learn massage therapy

July 21, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
July 21, 2006, New York, New York - The National Massage Therapy Institute (NMTI),, is pleased to announce the start of weekend classes at our Turnersville, New Jersey campus on August 25th, 2006. Students can attend class every other weekend for a period of 12 months to receive a complete massage therapy education and become eligible to sit for the national certification exam.

This flexible schedule provides an educational option for those looking to start a rewarding new career without abandoning weekday commitments such as work, family and other educational programs. The course components are identical to NMTI’s full-time curriculum. Students will graduate with in-depth knowledge of Swedish massage, sports massage, reflexology, Shiatsu, ethics and best massage therapy business practices.

After graduation, weekend students will have numerous career options at their disposal. Financially and personally rewarding careers in spas, salons, resorts, cruise lines, medical facilities and corporations are all available to our highly qualified graduates. Experienced career counselors help graduates with quick job placement. Potential students are invited to visit our website for more information about NMTI and this rapidly expanding industry.

About National Massage Therapy Institute:

The National Massage Therapy Institute,, is one of the country’s leading massage therapy education providers. A caring staff instructs students in leading modalities as well as anatomy, physiology and business management. Upon graduation, students receive a certificate, are eligible for licensure in the state of New Jersey and can sit for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) national certification exam. NMTI is accredited by the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA) and has five campuses: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Falls Church, Virginia, Turnersville, New Jersey, Egg Harbor, New Jersey and Wilmington, Delaware.