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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I visit the school?
A: Yes. We'd love to give you a tour and field your questions, just contact us.

Q: How do I choose the school that’s right for me?
A: Choosing the school that’s right for you can be difficult. How do you know what points are the most important to consider when making your selection? The criteria you may want to take into consideration are:

Curriculum: A complete, well-rounded, thorough curriculum. Licensure is now in effect in the state of Pennsylvania. There are minimum, mandatory requirements that a school must meet. They are as follows:

* 175 hours in Anatomy & Physiology, Pathology, HIV awareness
* 250 hours massage & bodywork
* 25 hours business, ethics, law
* 150 hours related massage & bodywork courses plus CPR certification for a minimum of 600 hours of total coursework.

Make sure the school you choose meets these minimum requirements.

Instructors: Also, check the credentials of the instructors. If an instructor has not been in continuous practice for years, with experience working successfully on hundreds of clients with chronic and acute pain, how can they adequately instruct and guide you and prepare you to do the same?

Tuition: Ask what is included in the tuition. Many schools only include books which means a massage table and key supplies are added out-of-pocket expenses for you. If this is the case, not only will you graduate with tuition payments, you will also have to pay for all equipment needed to begin your career. This can be very discouraging.

Q: When are your classes held?
A: Day classes are held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:30am to 2pm. The length of our day program is 7 months.


Adam Jellison

Licensed Massage Therapist

Former Student
This video highlights Adam's incredible journey. He is one of The Aubrey Center's greatest success stories!

Stephanie Storie

Licensed Massage Therapist

Former Student
Hear from another success story of the Aubrey Center's teaching methods. Stephanie was a dedicated student who excelled in the classroom.