Massage Therapy Schools in Maryland

By Jessica Fuller / September 7, 2017
Massage Therapy Schools in Maryland

Looking for massage therapy schools in Maryland? There are some excellent schools in Maryland and obtaining your license and practicing in this state is a great idea.

Maryland is one of the smallest states in the US. It is however densely populated, has a decent amount of tourist traffic, and plenty of opportunities to work as a massage therapist.

Just type your ZIP code in the search box to find out if there are some schools near you or where you want to relocate to.

In this article, I cover everything you need to know about the educational and exams requirements to obtain your license.

As well as any other information you need to know to get licensed to practice massage therapy in the state of Maryland.

Massage Therapy Schools in Maryland

Below is a list of some of the top massage therapy schools in Maryland. Take a browse or for a more up-to-date list by ZIP code use the box above.

You’ll find schools in all the major cities, like Baltimore, Frederick, Rockville, Silver Spring, Falls Church, Gaithersburg, Bowie, and more.


Baltimore School Of Massage

Linthicum Heights, MD, USA

+1 410-636-7929

Website – http://www.bsom.com/


Central Maryland School of Massage

Frederick, MD, USA

+1 301-228-2214

Website – http://www.teachingmassage.com/


Potomac Massage Training Institute PMTI

Silver Spring, MD, USA

+1 202-686-7046

Website – http://www.pmti.org/


Holistic Massage Training Institute

Baltimore, MD, USA

+1 410-243-4688

Website – http://www.massagetrainingbaltimore.com/


Columbia College, Silver Spring (Columbia Institute)

Silver Spring, MD, USA

+1 301-929-0565

Website – http://ccdc.edu/


Massage Schools Maryland

Silver Spring, MD, USA

+1 800-966-3416

Website – NA


Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage

Falls Church, VA, USA

+1 703-533-3113

Website – http://nvschoolofmassage.com/


Baltimore School of Reflexology

Middle River, MD, USA

+1 443-842-3122

Website – http://www.baltimoreschoolofreflexology.com/


Columbia College

Columbia, MO, USA

+1 573-875-8700

Website – http://www.ccis.edu/


Northern Virginia Community College Massage Program

Woodbridge, VA, USA

+1 703-878-5741

Website – http://www.nvcc.edu/


Massage Envy – College Park

College Park, MD, USA

+1 301-313-0555

Website – locations.massageenvy.com/maryland/


Zero Balancing Health Association

Columbia, MD, USA

+1 410-381-8956

Website – http://www.zerobalancing.com/


AMBI Massage School

Vienna, VA, USA

+1 571-620-6211

Website – http://www.ambimassageschool.com/


Step-By-Step Therapeutic Learning

Washington, DC, USA

+1 202-450-1066

Website – NA


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 Maryland

There are education and examination requirements to obtain a massage therapy license in the state of Maryland.

You can be licensed as either a Massage Therapist or a Registered Massage Practitioner. For both, you need to complete a minimum of 600 hours education at an approved school.

You will also need 60 hours of coursework to be eligible for a higher license.

Both the LMT and RMP licenses require you pass one of the national massage therapy exams. Such as the MBLEx, NCETM, or the NCETMB.

There are some other basic requirements, you can find out more by contacting the Kansas State Board of Massage Therapy via the details below and keep track of your application process with them.

Maryland Board of Massage Therapy Contact Details

Applications, information, and support for studying, licensing, and practicing massage therapy can be found with the Kansas State Board of Massage Therapy.

Their contact details are as follows:


Maryland Board of Massage Therapy

Baltimore, MD, USA

+1 410-764-4738

Website – https://health.maryland.gov/


Why Choose Maryland for Massage Therapy Schooling?

Maryland is the birthplace of The Star Spangled Banner, which is a cool little fact that most people don’t know.

It’s a great state to live in. I’ve heard it’s a foodies paradise with loads of interesting and flavorsome fresh foods, and it has a good mix of modern cities and rural areas.

It’s a good choice for qualifying and working as a massage therapist too. It’s not too competitive, and there are plenty of opportunities in this line of work.

Take a look for a school in an area you want to study in and make the first move today towards your new career as a massage therapist.

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About the author

Jessica Fuller

I started studying and experimenting with alternative medicine, different massage techniques, and alternative therapies after graduating. I also love travelling and writing, so I found a way to combine all my loves - blogging!

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