Finding the right massage setting
PMTI offers a variety of ways for you to experience the many benefits of massage therapy. We have over 3500 graduates working all over the world and making a difference in many people’s lives through the power of skilled touch. Whether you are looking for a massage therapist in your area, you are interested in receiving a massage in our Graduate Clinic, or would like to participate in our students' learning process by scheduling your massage in our Student Clinic, PMTI can provide you with several options!
PMTI On-Site MASSAGE THERAPY CLINICS
Since 1976, PMTI has been preparing massage practitioners to join the health care community. Many of the area's best massage therapists received their training at PMTI. As students, these professionals developed their skills as clinic practitioners working directly with clients from the general public right here in our beautiful clinic.
We invite you to take advantage of our massage clinic which is open to the general public by appointment only. Whether you’re visiting us for your first massage or you come to see us on a regular basis, we offer a variety of appointment times each day to accommodate your schedule and to help you have a relaxing experience.
FIND A THERAPIST
See our directory of PMTI graduates and a list of their specialties. Find a massage therapist in your area.
For more information on choosing the right therapist, visit www.massagetherapy.com.
Why get a massage?
More and more studies indicate there are a number of benefits from getting a massage. It can improve injury repair time, mental health and attitude, and performance at all levels. A typical massage will stretch and loosen muscles and connective tissue, improving blood and lymph flow throughout the body. According to recent research studies massage therapy has been shown to be effective in:
Soothing chronic back pain better than any other
Decreasing the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome
Reducing anxiety and lowering blood pressure
in stroke patients
Easing post-operative pain
Reducing headache frequency
Easing alcohol withdrawal symptoms
Massage therapy has also been the focus of studies on improvements in symptoms of cancer patients. Following massage therapy, 50% of surveyed cancer patients reported a reduction in symptoms of pain, fatigue, stress, anxiety, nausea, and depression.
For more information visit www.amtamassage.org.