The Montgomery School of Bodywork & Massage was established in October, 2002 by Kristi H. Duncan BA, LMT, NCTMB, in order to provide training in therapeutic massage, orthopedic massage and thai massage.
Ms. Duncan believes that a massage therapist should have the knowledge and marketable skills necessary to be able to step into any work environment that he/she chooses upon graduation.
Ms. Duncan is committed to keeping the school's curriculum current with local and national testing requirements. She, along with her staff, are dedicated to preparing each and every graduate to enter a career in massage therapy with the utmost confidence.
In order to become a licensed massage therapist in the state of Alabama, you must attend a school approved by the Alabama Board of Massage Therapy, and you must pass the Massage and Body Work Licensing Exam (MBLEx).
When you shop for a quality school, make sure you ask what their National Pass Rate is. We are proud that our pass rate is:
To provide our students with a comprehensive course of study in Eastern and Western modalities of massage therapy. As the field continues to grow and change, we will respond by incorporating new techniques for the benefit of clients' therapeutic outcomes of improved health and wellness. This responsive approach to massage therapy education will help students realize their own potential and place them on the career path they choose upon graduation.
Are you ready to make a difference in people's lives?
Read the following article to learn about the many rewards of becoming a massage therapist. Read more