Friday, March 18, 2016

Therapeutic Massage Program Announces New Evening Cohort

A new flexible option is now available for students looking to pursue a certificate in massage therapy. Chandler-Gilbert Community College’s (CGCC) Therapeutic Massage Program is offering a new evening co-hort beginning this May for interested students. This expansion is the result of student demand and CGCC’s commitment to being a valley-leader in Therapeutic Massage education.

“It is our goal to make this field as accessible and affordable as possible for our students,” shared Trine Bourke, Program Coordinator, Therapeutic Massage. “We are proud to be approximately one-third the cost of private therapeutic massage schools around the Valley, and now we are even more accessible with the addition of evening classes.”

Program graduates are well-prepared with the skills to enter the field of massage therapy in a variety of settings, including: hospitals, physical therapy clinics, sports performance institutes, spas/resorts and private practice, among many others. The program focuses on enhancing healing and wellness through a variety of Therapeutic Massage techniques.

Upon completion of our program students can earn either an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree or Certificate of Completion. In addition, the AAS transfers directly to the Bachelor of Applied Science at ASU East Campus and Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Studies at all ASU locations.

Registration for the evening cohort is now open and classes will begin May 30th and conclude December 14th (massage core classes only). Classes will be Monday through Thursday 5:30-8:30pm.  For all of those interested in the Therapeutic Massage Program at CGCC contact Program Director Trine Bourke, AAS, LMT at or click here to visit the website for information about the program requirements and certificates. Becoming a massage therapist will allow you to make a difference in your own life and the lives of others every day. Enroll now!

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