Navigation Links
WellSpring School of Allied Health Announces New Program Combining Massage Therapy & Personal Training into One Associate Degree
Date:8/28/2013

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) August 28, 2013

Back to school means getting an associate degree in occupational studies. WellSpring School of Allied Health announced this month a new degree for students, combining massage therapy and personal training into one associate degree.

Request info now.

Don Farquharson, CEO of WellSpring Resources, Inc., said, “WellSpring School of Allied Health has a proud history of helping individuals pursue careers in health and wellness. The new degree program will enable our graduates to provide even more value to their existing clients while improving their marketability and diversifying their skills.”

Massage graduates can obtain the degree by taking WellSpring’s personal training program. In the process, students can pick up a NASM certification as a personal trainer (CPT) and a specialization in corrective exercise (CES). Classes cover topics such as exercises science, program design, training special populations and more.

Graduates from the personal training program can obtain this degree by taking the massage therapy program, which includes the national certification exam in massage therapy. Members of this program will take classes such as Basic Swedish Massage, Sports Massage and Kinetic Anatomy.

By taking the new combined program, WellSpring graduates will save on tuition when compared to taking the programs separately, relieving some of that back-to-school stress, and Financial aid is available to all who qualify.

For more than 25 years, WellSpring School of Allied Health has been focused on health and wellness and on helping interested individuals get the skills they need to pursue rewarding careers in these fields. Call the Kansas City campus admissions staff at 1-888-399-6070 and the Lawrence campus at 1-888-697-5808.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/wellspring/associate_degree/prweb11061935.htm.


'/>"/>
Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Related medicine news :

1. Hall of Fame Swimmer Battles Cancer with the Help of WellSpring Oncology
2. Even Preschoolers View the Overweight Negatively
3. Catastrophic Head Injuries to High School Football Players Rising
4. That impulsive, moody preschooler may grow up to be a problem gambler
5. Some Schools Dont Let Kids Carry Asthma Inhalers
6. Awards to 5 IU School of Medicine physicians address critical need for geriatricians
7. Excessive sleepiness may be cause of learning, attention and school problems
8. Study: More Pre-Teens Get Vaccines When Middle Schools Require Them
9. A place to play: Researcher designs schoolyard for children with autism
10. Fees Lead Some Kids to Skip After-School Sports: Survey
11. Outstanding high school students receive awards to stimulate research interest in digestive diseases
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:5/31/2016)... ... May 31, 2016 , ... ... announced it has been included by Gartner, Inc. in the Contact Center Infrastructure ... of Contact Center Infrastructure technologies, some of which include: Computer-telephony integration (CTI)/Web ...
(Date:5/31/2016)... ... May 31, 2016 , ... The University of ... Intelligence (AI) and the latest in Clinical Patient Pod (CPP) technologies ... analytic outputs directly into the clinical workflow. These insights are empowering the more ...
(Date:5/31/2016)... (PRWEB) , ... May 31, 2016 , ... ... commercial molecular diagnostics device that enables unprecedented portability and convenience. , The Cube ... four inches cubed in size, the Cube fits easily into any space, whether ...
(Date:5/31/2016)... ... May 31, 2016 , ... The Global Wellness Summit ... predictions on the future of wellness, travel, spa and beauty in Europe. The organization ... beauty companies to leading economists and researchers - to forecast where wellness is headed ...
(Date:5/31/2016)... ... May 31, 2016 , ... The Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation ... , David G. Lewallen, MD, began his term as president in March, succeeding John ... MD, is OREF’s new president-elect. Richard F. Kyle, MD, will serve as chair, corporate ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:5/27/2016)... 27, 2016 Hutchison China ... focused on the highly lucrative global oncology and ... of potential first-in-class or best-in-class tyrosine kinase inhibitor ... with strategic partners. HCM,s profitable Chinese healthcare business ... We expect progress of the mid-to-late-stage pipeline during ...
(Date:5/27/2016)... The healthcare sector is large ... all falling under its umbrella.  A rather overlooked sector ... talked about, these healthcare companies are still trying to ... is by far the largest consumer of the healthcare ... ADMD), Nutranomics Inc. (OTC: NNRX), KollagenX Corp. (OTCQB: KGNX), ...
(Date:5/26/2016)... -- TARE (Transarterial Radio-embolization) Using Yttrium-90 ... Overall Decreased Use of Hospital Resource ... healthcare company, has today announced the publication of ... ISPOR (International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research), ... yttrium-90 glass microspheres is associated with cost savings ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: