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Ellijay, Georgia

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2020 Continuing Education at CHAI

Cohutta Healing Arts Institute is proud to be sponsoring these amazing classes for licensed massage therapists to complete their continuing education requirements for license renewal.  All courses are NCBTMB approved and qualify for CE credits in Georgia.  All Course completions are reported directly to CE Broker for your convenience!

Professional CE Connection, established by CHAI Co-Owner Jennifer Houle, is a national leader in continuing education. Aimed at providing quality, useful techniques and skills to even the most seasoned therapist, instructors and courses are designed to make the learning process fun, easy, and stress-free.


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Love Your Work

A Massage Student’s Story:

James is a massage student at Cohutta Healing Arts Institute, School of Massage. He is 26 years old and has already figured out something that many of us don’t learn until our later years – that by doing work we love, we can create a life we love.

So how did this young man become so wise at such an early age you ask. Continue reading

Massage Therapy Certification Program in North Georgia Mountains

Located in Ellijay, Georgia, the Cohutta Healing Arts Institute provides educational opportunities for individuals who are interested in working in the natural health field. It is our mission to provide a quality massage therapy educational program that focuses on the concepts of a foundational comprehension of the human body, massage theory and history, proficient massage therapy techniques, ethical business practices and client-centered care.

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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. Continue reading