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About Massage

As we find it harder to strike the balance between our busy and yet often deskbound lives, physical therapies have become more necessary and more commonplace. According to government reports, the massage therapy profession has been growing steadily over the past decade, so if you’ve been looking for a job where you can connect with other people then it might be worth considering. Boasting an opportunity to run your own business and manage your own hours, it’s a profession that also offers great flexibility.

These days massage is recognised as being much more than relaxation, with benefits spanning injury prevention, circulation improvement, infant development and sports recovery. Today massage therapists can offer a range of alternative therapies including acupressure, cupping, aromatherapy, herbal and mineral therapies, and they work in different traditions from traditional Chinese to Thai and Swedish techniques.

Career Outcomes

  • Alternative Medicine Therapist
  • Massage Therapist

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Healing hands

For anyone who enjoys interacting with people and who loves hands-on, physical work, working as a massage therapist can be an ideal and flexible career choice.

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