Source Institute Massage School & Therapeutic Bodywork of Fort Walton Beach

600-Hour Massage Therapy Program


Source Institute focuses on helping each student design his or her own unique style of massage. We will teach you our unique style of massage, and then we help you develop a style of massage that is your own. Each student will develop a unique style of massage, and we will focus on that style to help enhance and perfect that style so that when you graduate, your massage will be like no other. We also focus on specific medical massages geared toward treating specific injuries. Clients with pain will return for treatment if you are able to get rid of their pain. With an in-depth knowledge of the location and actions of all muscles of the body, we will teach you how to get clients that will return again and again for your massage.

Our next evening class begins July 1, 2024

Monday, Thursday, Friday 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm
There are 5 spots available in this class.

Your Success Is Our Mission

Source Institute Massage School in Fort Walton Beach was designed to help each student succeed in the field of massage therapy. Every faculty member has the same goal at Source Institute, to educate each student with as much knowledge as possible and help them develop a unique massage style that will afford them the ability to build a career that will extremely enhance their lives. We are licensed by the Florida Commission for Independent Education (License No 3720).

Massage Therapy Extended Program Areas of Study
Massage School, Massage Therapy

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Spa Relaxation Massage

Students will learn how to give a unique relaxation massage that infuses the five basic strokes and your own creative ideas that we will help you develop.

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Medical Massage

Medical Massage focuses on learning which muscles are involved in specific injuries. We educate students on how to locate and work with those muscles to eliminate pain.

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Learn how to encompass a broad range of approaches and therapeutic methods that take advantage of the physical properties of water for therapeutic purposes.

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Iliopsoas Syndrome

Correct treatment of the Iliopsoas muscles can reduce and, in many cases, eliminate lower back pain. You will learn a noninvasive, effective massage therapy technique that avoids the chance of trauma to the patient that traditional techniques can cause.

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Some of your patients will come to you with numbness and tingling in their fingers. The tingling could be in their first three fingers, their last three fingers, or their entire hand. You will learn the difference in each and how to treat each.

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Plantar Fasciitis

Knowing when an injury has to do with muscle, tendon, or bone requires not only knowledge of human anatomy, it also requires knowledge of kinesiology or the study of the body in movement. Testing movement with resistance is the key to treating the actual injury.

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Tuition and Fees

Tuition Cost $5,400.00
Monthly payments available

Registration Fee $150.00
Must be paid at the time of enrollment (Non-Refundable)

Books and Supply Fee $150.00
Must be paid before class begins (Non-Refundable)

Total Program Cost $5,700.00
Tuition payments available

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