Massage Therapy Schools in Georgia

Massage Therapy Schools in Georgia

If you want to know where the massage therapy schools in Georgia are and what you need to do to become a licensed therapist, read on.

In this article, I cover everything you need to know. Where you can study, apply for a license, and more.

To find the schools nearest to you just type your ZIP code in the box below to bring back an up-to-date list of schools.

There are plenty of opportunities in Georgia to study and practice massage therapy. It’s a wonderful state with lots to do both professionally, and socially.


Massage Therapy Schools in Georgia

Below are some of the top massage therapy schools in Georgia. Take a browse or search for a school using the box above via a ZIP code.

There are schools in most of the major cities. Such as Atlanta, Suwanee, Sandy Springs, Augusta, Macon, Columbus, Savannah, and more.

Atlanta School of Massage

4.0  (29) · Massage School

Atlanta, GA, USA

+1 770-454-7167

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Georgia Massage School

Suwanee, GA, USA

+1 678-482-1100

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International School of Skin, Nailcare, and Massage Therapy

Atlanta, GA, USA

+1 404-843-1005

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Gwinnett College – Lilburn Campus

Lilburn, GA, USA

+1 770-381-7200

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Gwinnett College

Sandy Springs, GA, USA

+1 770-457-2021

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Athens Institute For Massage, LLC

Atlanta, GA, USA

+1 770-458-1002

Website – NA

Cohutta Healing Arts Institute

Ellijay, GA, USA

+1 855-515-2424

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Georgia Massage Institute

Winder, GA, USA

+1 770-965-3935

Website – NA

Elaine Sterling Institute Esthetics Nails and Massage

Sandy Springs, GA, USA

+1 404-256-5228

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Georgia Career Institute

Conyers, GA, USA

+1 770-922-7653

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Southpointe School of Massage & Cosmetology

Tucker, GA, USA

+1 678-937-9335

Website – NA

Peachtree City School of Massage

Peachtree City, GA, USA

+1 678-723-8990

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Miller-Motte Technical College

Augusta, GA, USA

+1 706-619-2090

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Have I missed any schools? If you want me to add your school to my listing just drop me a mail here.

Schooling and Licensing Requirements in Georgia

You will need to complete at least 500 hours of education at an approved school in Georgia to qualify for licensing.

The hours are distributed as follows:

  • 200 hours – Theory, technique, and practice
  • 125 hours – Anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology
  • 125 hours – Topics put forth by the board, check for details
  • 40 hours – Pathology
  • 10 hours – Ethics and business

You will also need to sit and pass an exam. This has changed over the years, it’s likely you will need to pass the MBLEx or similar.

Georgia Board of Massage Therapy Contact Details

Applications, information, and support for studying, licensing, and practicing massage therapy can be found on the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy, or by giving them a call.

Their contact details are as follows:

Georgia Board of Massage Therapy

Atlanta, GA, USA

+1 478-207-2440

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Why Choose Georgia for Massage Therapy Schooling?

Georgia often goes under the radar when it comes to headlines and things like that, but that’s a good thing in my opinion.

Georgia is a state with loads of interesting things to do. So while you’re studying, or even after you finish you will not be short of activities and things to do.

With a population of around 10 mil, Georgia is in the top 10 largest states by population. This means plenty of attractive business opportunities for a licensed massage therapist.

You’ll notice there is a decent pool of massage therapy schools in Georgia to choose from. Reach out to your top picks and make sure they are approved by the board and offer all the study variation you need.

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