This is how OUR program differs from other massage therapy programs:
Our 525-Hour Massage Therapy Training Program now includes a 48 hour Core Myofascial Therapy Certification. Graduation from our program with the additional advanced certification greatly improves your marketability as a massage therapist. CORE Myofascial Therapy is used in spas, doctors offices, rehab clinics, chiropractic clinics, and athletic training facilities. Our Director, George Kousaleos, teaches this form of massage all over the world.
The CORE Institute is approved by the Florida & Georgia Board of Massage for State licensure.
Day & Evening Program begins March 1, 2013
Flexible payment options upon request
Become a licensed professional in under a year
For over 20 years, the Core Institute has remained among the best . . .
Over 70% of our graduates are still licensed and working
In the past three years 100% of our graduates have passed the licensing examination at the 1st attempt, well above the national (approx. 70%) and State of Florida (approx. 60%) averages.
School of Massage Graduates from our Professional Massage Therapy Licensure Program are well prepared for today's massage and medical professions. Our curriculum goes above and beyond the entry level standards to ensure that our graduates have everything they need to succed. [More]
A regionally-based advanced learning and specialization workshop program that gives students around the country access to CORE programs, including: Sport Bodywork, Myofascial Therapy, Structural Integration and our annual Aegean Retreat. [More]
LEADING VIA EXCELLENCE
CORE Institute programs are based in science, taught by leading therapists, and fine tuned through hands-on experience. CORE Ongoing education programs are the most detailed and precise available. While CORE Massage School student pass rates for the National board Certification are significantly higher than both Florida and national averages.
CORE faculty and staff interact with students as peers, sharing common experiences and staying connected well beyond the time they spend together in the classroom – each enriching the other’s life.
Derived from the Greek word for body (soma), the expression “Somatic Educators” is part of the philosophy of the CORE Institute. This is where students advance their foundational, clinical knowledge while honoring the client’s ability to increase his or her neurosomatic awareness.