From Massage School to Licensed Massage Therapist – Part 2
You’ve graduated. You’ve passed the MBLEx.* You’re ready and determined. Now what?
For some, APPREHENSION sets in. Are you really ready to do something that you have always wanted to do?
It is now up to you. If you have not done so already, it’s up to you to find a place to work. Will you be a business owner or will you be working for someone else? Continue reading
To kick off 2017 Fall Class enrollment Cohutta Healing Arts Institute (CHAI) School of Massage in downtown Ellijay is hosting a series of Open House events. Come tour the school, meet the administrators and instructors, and mingle with others who have embarked on a new career in massage therapy. Continue reading
“The healing arts that take place here are about the acknowledgement and respect of each individual’s complete and unique self. I find that absolutely inspiring!”
(by Leslie Byrd, Student Massage Therapist, CHAI School of Massage )
As this 2nd quarter of massage therapy training draws to an end, I am as nervous as I am excited! Soon our day class at Cohutta Healing Arts will be providing Student Clinic massage appointments. Continue reading
Cohutta Healing Arts Institute School of Massage graduate Timothy Bond has started “Moving Forward Massage” in downtown Ellijay.
Timothy Bond graduated this past Spring from North Georgia’s premier massage therapy certification program, passed the MBLEx* licensing exam, and obtained his state of Georgia license to practice therapeutic massage. Continue reading
Alumni from 3 different classes of Cohutta Healing Arts School of Massage came back to class recently to lend a hand (literally) and add to the skill set of our newest class. The returning graduates demonstrated Swedish Relaxational Massage on some of our current students. Afterward, the alumni Continue reading
The Cohutta Healing Arts Institute School of Massage (CHAI) in downtown Ellijay has outranked state and national School Pass Rate percentages for 2015, according to the annual report from the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB). The FSMTB School Pass Rate Report indicates the percent of students who have passed the required (MBLEx) licensing exam for Massage Therapists.* The state of Georgia’s School Pass Rate for passing the exam the first time is 68%. The national first time Pass Rate is 71%. CHAI School of Massage has a First Time Pass Rate of 100%. Continue reading
Cohutta Healing Arts Institute (CHAI) School of Massage in downtown Ellijay is hosting a series of Open House events. Come tour the massage school, meet the administrators and instructors, and mingle with others who have embarked on a new career in massage therapy.
Open House Dates:
Wednesday, February 3: 1 – 3-pm
Saturday, February 13: 1 – 3pm
Thursday, February 25: 3 – 5pm
Wednesday, March 9: 4 – 6pm
Cohutta Healing Arts continues to receive positive feedback about the graduates from our north Georgia massage school located in downtown Ellijay, GA.
As with most businesses, professional massage therapists rely on positive reviews and client referrals for maintaining a successful massage therapy practice. Recent CHAI Graduate Kay Shutty launched Basic Kneads Massage of Ellijay. She shared a few of her client reviews with us: Continue reading
At Cohutta Healing Arts Institute (CHAI) School of Massage in downtown Ellijay, Georgia, we believe our curriculum is both creative and challenging. Our Massage Therapy Certification program not only prepares students for the required licensing exam, it also stretches their views of healing, health and caring for others. Our massage student therapists are serving the public and each other as they continue to learn and grow. Continue reading