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    Employers of Massage Therapists want ASHA grads 1st!

    Last updated 2 years ago

    ASHA School of Massage is working hard to make connections in the healthcare field, and we are able to inform you that currently these following employers are looking specifically for you ASHA Grads!


    Village Health Wellness Spa

    Citrice Spa


    Premier Spine Center of Atlanta

    Warner Family Chiropractic

    Rubin Family Chiropractic

    Body Elements Chiropractic

    Holistic Approach Wellness Center

    Carlos Lissimore Salon


    The Posture Project


    Zenergize Wellness Spa

    Elite Bodywork Management

    Facelogic Spa


    Atlanta Health Connection Chiropractor

    Massage Heights Buckhead

    Buckhead Massage Company

    The Art of Touch Therapeutic Massage Center


    Northeast Chiropractic Center

    Genesis 1:31 Salon and Spa

    Energetic Massage

    Anuschka Jivan Wellness & Spa

    Sandy Springs

    Alterna Health Solutions


    Perfect Massage


    Prima Worx Day Spa

    Health Foot Spa


    Spa Stinny

    Powder Springs

    Unique Day Spa


    For more information call 770-368-2661 and ask for Aubree in our Career Services Department!

    ASHA School of Massage sends a warm welcome to our new class!

    Last updated 2 years ago

    ASHA School of Massage would like to send out a warm welcome to our new Spring Day class! Today, April 9th, is the start of their program and they are currently in Orientation. We are happy to have the experience of getting to know you and working with you to help you reach your potential as professionals. We can expect to see a lot of transformations occur in you individually over the course of the next months as you progress in the class and eventually become graduates. We look forward to growing and working with you, teaching you, and learning with and from you! If youâ??re a current student please be open and welcoming to our new class, they will be following in your footsteps in becoming healthy, experienced, and knowledgeable professionals! For more information about our School, please call 770-368-2661 or visit


    Therapeutic Mint: Designed, created, and produced by ASHA!

    Last updated 2 years ago

    This unique product was designed by professional therapists to be of the highest therapeutic quality! T-Mint is a rub used for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains associated with arthritis, muscular strains and sprains, muscular tension, backache, bruises, minor cuts, scratches, and muscular cramps and spasm. T-Mint is good for: · Temporary Pain Relief · Anesthetic · Increases Circulation · Produces Cooling and Heating Sensation · Anti-fungal · Antiseptic · Anti-bacterial · Antipruitic(anti-itch) · Reduces Body Temperature Visit or call 770-368-2661for more information


    Alternative and Conventional Medicine are moving towards collaboration and the top 50 Medical Schools in the country are in on it!

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Have you ever heard of the Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care (ACCAHC)? This organization is composed of accreditation agencies, national certifying groups, and school councils from the five licensed complementary health professions. Those five professions are: chiropractic, acupuncture and oriental medicine, naturopathy, direct midwifery and…wait for it…massage.

    ACCAHC envisions a health care system focused on wellness that features collaboration between conventional and complementary practitioners. Did you know that the Affordable Care Act of 2010 mandates both that the health care system should be organized around a principle of wellness and also that those conventional and complementary practitioners should collaborate? ACCAHC’s vision is fulfilled by this new law.

    Have you also ever heard of the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine (CAHCIM)? This is a group of 50 of the leading medical schools in the United States and Canada. These medical training centers have changed their focus from treating illness to creating wellness. CAHCIM is working with ACCAHC (To pronounce these acronyms, it helps if you think of a cat coughing up a fur ball) on several fronts. One of the main projects is an effort to define the knowledge, skills and attitudes all practitioners must have to work in a collaborative setting and then to develop a course to teach those competencies. A second project involves these two organizations co-sponsoring a conference for educators in the field of integrative medicine and health care, scheduled for October 24-26, 2012 at Georgetown University School of Medicine.

    For those of you who have dreamed of the day that all health practitioners were learning to practice as a team focused optimal health and not just illness, that day has come. It is happening as you read this. It is coming faster than you know. I have been dreaming about this myself for about 40 years. Would somebody pinch me so I know I am awake?


    Last updated 2 years ago

    Mark May 21, 2012 on your calendars. This will be the first day of our new Asian Bodywork Therapy (ABT) program! There is a growing interest in the United States in Chinese Medicine, Asian Bodywork, holistic health, and energy based healthcare. As the focus on wellness grows, the role of Asian bodywork will only continue to grow. This new program, currently the only one of its kind in Atlanta, will prepare you to work in the field of preventative care, illness care and wellness care. It will emphasize Asian Bodywork, but graduates will have met the basic requirement for licensure as Massage Therapists in Georgia. Like Therapeutic Massage, Asian Bodywork Therapy is so gentle and effective that it can be useful to clients at any age and state of health. Just as Massage Therapists are muscle experts, Asian Bodywork Therapists are energy experts. Both can help their clients by relieving pain and creating balance. The program will be a comprehensive blend of Eastern and Western techniques including Acupressure, Tuina, Medical Qigong, and TaiChi, as well as Western modalities; Swedish Massage and Touch for Health. The main categories in the curriculum are:

    Oriental Medicine- covers basic diagnosis of energetic imbalances

    Asian Bodywork Therapy- Acupressure, Tuina, Qigong, and Taichi. Western Sciences- anatomy, physiology, and pathology

    Western Bodywork- Swedish Massage, Touch for Health

    Personal and Professional Development- personal growth, self-care, ethics, and business

    Clinical Practice- students practice on the public. 

    The curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for advanced standing in Acupuncture school programs, if they have the requisite college training. Combining both western and eastern systems gives you the best of both worlds. There will be a Night Program starting May 21st for massage therapists, who will only need to take 626 hours instead of 927. There will be a 927 hour ABT program starting that same day for everyone else (not MTs already).

    If you interested in Asian Bodywork or in becoming a Massage Therapist, then be sure to attend our OPEN HOUSE at ASHA Thursday May 10th at 6:30.

    For more information please call 770-368-2661 or visit

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