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Ellijay, Georgia

Massage Therapy Helps Relieve Back Pain

As a Massage Therapist, you can help your loved ones and your clients when they are experiencing back pain.

According to the American Chiropractic Association:  One-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms each year.  Back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work. In fact, back pain is the second most common reason for visits to the doctor’s office, outnumbered only by upper-respiratory infections.

Contact Cohutta Healing Arts Institute, for your Massage Therapy Certification through our School of Massage located in Ellijay, Georgia.  We also offer Continuing Education (CEUs) for those who are already practicing in the field of massage.*

Massage therapy is one of the most rapidly growing professions in alternative health care. In fact, massage is becoming main-stream and a well-trained, motivated therapist can:massage-therapy

  • Create their own work environment
  • Be self employed
  • Work in a spa, clinic or medical office
  • Travel and work on a cruise ship
  • Establish their own work hours
  • Become financially secure

New classes begin soon for our next Certification Program.  Call today to learn more 855-515-2424 or go to     The Certification Program is a total of 755 hours of training divided into four 11-week quarters.   For about $10/hour, our Massage Therapy Certification will help you begin a new career or enhance your current massage techniques.

After successful completion of the Massage Therapy Certification Program, you will be eligible to take the NCBTMB Exam or the MBLEX Exam, in order to apply for your Massage Therapy License.

Whether you are just curious about the healing arts or seriously interested in pursuing the professional field of massage therapy, we encourage you to explore the opportunities offered by the Cohutta Healing Arts Institute.

* Each state has different requirements for re-licensure. The courses offered by Jennifer Houle, ND, LMT are approved by the National Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Check with the Massage Therapy Board in your state for specific requirements.