Looking for massage therapy schools in Vermont and want to know what the requirements are to obtain a license and start working as a massage therapist in the state?
In this article, I explain everything you need to know about the education and examination requirements, the fees, the best schools to train at, and everything else you need to know to get started working towards your new career.
To find schools nearest to you or where you want to study just type your ZIP code in the search box below to bring back all the relevant results.
Massage Therapy Schools in Vermont
Below is a list of some of the top massage therapy schools in Vermont. 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 Burlington, Rutland, Barre, Montpelier, Winooski, and more.
Green Mountain Institute for Integrative Therapy, Massage School in Vermont
North Bennington, VT, USA
Website – NA
Pyramid Holistic Massage School
Rutland, VT, USA
Website – http://www.pyramidvt.com/
BodySoul Massage School
St Albans City, VT, United States
Website – http://www.vtmassageschool.com/
Elements of Healing
Essex Junction, VT, USA
Website – http://www.elementsofhealing.net/
Green Mountain Massage School
Hyde Park, VT, USA
Website – http://www.gmmschool.com/cms/
Massage Therapy Certificate Program at River Valley Community College
Claremont, NH, USA
Website – http://www.rivervalley.edu/
Divine Touch Massage
St Albans City, VT, USA
Website – http://www.divinetouchmassagevt.com/
O’Briens Aveda Institute
Williston, VT, USA
Website – http://www.obriensavedainstitute.org/
Center For Natural Wellness
Albany, NY, USA
Website – http://www.cnwsmt.com/
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Schooling and Licensing Requirements in Vermont
There are some education and examination requirements to obtain a license to practice massage therapy in the state of Vermont.
You will need to complete a minimum of 500 hours education at an approved school. You will cover various areas as part of the curriculum as guided by your school.
There are currently no requirements to pass one of the nationally recognized exams as set by the Federation, but it’s good practice to do so.
There isn’t a statewide regulatory massage therapy board in Vermont. This reduces the barrier to entry, as well as having the obvious drawbacks of not being as thorough in regards to regulating therapists.
Why Choose Vermont for Massage Therapy Schooling?
Vermont is a little different to most states. There is no regulatory body overseeing the licensing process, but there are still some excellent schools to train at.
The cost of living is higher than average in Vermont, and starting a business can be expensive. Don’t let this deter you however, there is a demand for skilled massage therapists.
My advice is to contact a school and talk through your options with them. The economy and employment outlook are good in the state so there are plenty of opportunities to start your new career as a massage therapist.