Investing in an education in massage therapy is an investment in your health, your life, and your future. Feed your mind, body, heart and soul, AND help create a more conscious community.
Tuition for the Therapeutic Massage Program is $9,900 plus a $250 fee for books and supplies. This covers 650 hours of supervised instruction—including Core Curriculum Weekends, text books, most supplies, student insurance, CPR certification and student membership in the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).
Once accepted into the program, students have several options:
- Pay in full by cash, check, or credit card (Students who pay in full have their $250 supply fee waived)
- Pay via our Interest Free Payment Plan… Place a down payment of $2000 ($500 of down payment is non-refundable upon student leaving program before their start date.) at time of acceptance into the program then pay the balance in consecutive, interest-free monthly payments due on the first of every month.
Tuition must be paid in full prior to taking the final exam and receiving your diploma.
If you are interested in joining our team, your next step is to send in an application for our review. ITMB Admission Application. The sooner we receive your admittance application* the better—our class sizes are limited and fill quickly. Once your application is reviewed by our directors we will contact you to arrange an interview.
*A Doctor’s Certificate of Health does not have to be submitted until after acceptance into our program.
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Here is a brief list of some scholarships for students seeking assistance with tuition. Neither ITMB nor any of their representatives guarantee the results of applying these resources. Please call us to see if there are any unpublished or new resources available!
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
The AAUW Educational Foundation funds educational and professional opportunities for women, in the United States and abroad, opening opportunities for women to access educational opportunities through the fellowships, grants, and special awards made possible through the contributions of AAUW members.
American Educational Guidance Center
The American Educational Guidance Center provides contact information—including phone numbers and e-mail addresses—for more than 1,000 colleges and universities, including admissions offices and scholarship and financial aid contacts. It also offers information on community colleges, historically African-American colleges, graduate schools, the GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, and more.
College Connection, “founded by a group of parents who went through the college financial aid process with their children and saw a need to improve the process,” posts scholarship information and offers a customized scholarship search service. Their services draw from databases including scholarships and grants offered by corporations, non-profit agencies, and associations.
Jeanette Rankin Foundation
This non-profit organization offers scholarships for low-income women—with financial and/or other hardships or disabilities—ages 35 and older.
MANA, A National Latina Organization
This non-profit’s mission is “to empower Latinas through leadership development, community service, and advocacy. MANA fulfills its mission through programs designed to develop the leadership skills of Latinas, promote community service by Latinas, and provide Latinas with advocacy opportunities. Support for these programs is derived from members, corporations, foundations, and government grants.”