MASSAGE SCHOOL FAQ
Here, we answer some of the most common questions about our training program.
Our massage therapy training program is 12 months long.
Absolutely! We were the second licensed private massage therapy vocational school in the state. We are also an active member of the COS. When you graduate from our school you are eligible to sit for the state and national exams.
Most often 100%, few schools can claim such success.
To maintain an intimate, hands-on learning environment, we currently limit class sizes to 12 students.
The vast majority of our instructors have 12+ years of experience in massage therapy and bodywork. Some have over 25.
Yes. YogAsylum offers a variety of payment plans including three installment tuition payments and monthly payment for qualifying students. All tuition must be paid prior to graduation. YogAsylum is eligible for VA benefits, DVR and Workforce Development funding.
The MyCAA Scholarship Program - The My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship is a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of financial assistance to eligible military spouses who are pursuing a license, certification or Associate’s degree in a portable career field and occupation. Click here to download the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship Fact Sheet.
Additionally, YogAsylum has an agreement with TFC Tuition Financing for applicants needing a student loan. TFC provides tuition financing to creditworthy applicants. For those who are not, TFC will offer financial assistance for applicants who have a creditworthy co-signer. Click here for more information.
GI Bill - Anyone entitled to benefits from the GI bill can apply those benefits to attend Milwaukee School of Massage.
No. We are student friendly and have every intention to assist you without charging extra.
Additional fees are applicable for excessive absences.
No. YogAsylum has a professional laundry service and provides products for class use.
YogAsylum has met the requirements to be a NCBTMB Assigned School # 044431. All YogAsylum graduates are eligible to sit for the national exam when applying for state licensure. In 2011, our graduates who took the NCBTMB national exam have ALL passed - 100%. This compares with a 78.99% pass rate with all Wisconsin graduates of massage therapy.
MSM offers a holistic approach to teaching massage therapy, and over the years, we have earned a top notch reputation for our quality programs. From our 750 hour programs to our massage therapist continuing education offerings, we have the best in education to support your success.
What makes Milwaukee School of Massage additionally unique is our passionate staff. We hand-pick our instructors and staff members to ensure that you will receive the best education from experienced professionals. We have cultivated a community where massage therapy professionals come together to learn, connect and grow.
MSM prides itself in assisting our graduates and alumni in locating positions. Current job opportunities can be found on our MSM Facebook page.
It may. An appointed board reviews all applicants who have a misdemeanor or felony conviction. If the conviction was years ago and no further encounters with the law have occurred, there is a better chance of being approved. To date, all YogAsylum graduates who had convictions have been granted a license, but it is not guaranteed.
The success of our students is our utmost priority. We will do everything we can to assist you before, during, and after the training to ensure you have the skills required to become a professional massage therapist.