John Winsolow Institute of Massage
Here at the John Winsolow Institute School of Massage we understand that you have many massage education chooses, but JWI is dedicated to providing only the “best “ for our students. Much of our curriculum focuses on the “business” of massage. Along with graduating only the finest hands on practitioners, we also want our graduates to have a powerful understanding of the dynamics that go into all aspects of becoming a successful therapist. Our state of the art clinic enforces this. Students are able to complete their practicum hours while feeling and acting as if working in the industry while attending class.
Profile and Credentials
JWI instructors have thriving, successful practices outside the school which allows a unique specialized learning experience from professionals in the industry. We pride ourselves on being a privately owned low cost holistic massage therapy school. No feeling lost in the large corporate owned schools. We are able to offer one on one contact with personalized support for adult students with individual learning styles. Class size will be no more than eight students per semester.
Work Hours and Fee Schedule
Our 9 month day program and 14 month evening program are structured around busy lifestyles. We offer mother hours Monday thru Thursday, 8:30 – 2:30 and professional hours Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 6 – 10:00 p.m. Along with our massage therapy program, we will be offering weekend continuing education programs in cranial sacral, reflexology, hot stone therapy, etc.
Our main campus is located in Quincy Center, across from the Red Line T stop. Located at 1150 Hancock St. lower level, Quincy, MA, we offer on street parking daily and building parking for our evening program.
For more information please call 617 774 1100
Courses at John Winsolow Institute School of Massage
Our 800-hour curriculum includes:
Anatomy and Physiology I & IIPathology I & IIMyologyTechniques I & IITheory and AssessmentsSeated MassageAsian/Oriental massageProfessional SkillsBusinessHydrotherapyEthics and PsychologyAnd of course, clinical practicum
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