Myotherapy College | Utah’s Therapeutic Massage College
Complete our accredited program in 7.5 months
Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC),
Founded in 1987,
Excellent clinical approach to massage therapy,
Training in over 20 styles of massage therapy,
Smaller, personalized class sizes,
Personalized attention and training,
Flexible class schedules, Day and Evening classes,
Financial aid available to those who qualify,
Myotherapy Student Clinic Hours Mon – Sat,
Graduate placement and services,
Continuing education available,
A History of Helping Students Prepare For Exams
We believe “potential” to be a great asset that each individual possesses. Our mission is to provide an avenue of learning that will develop that potential in those students who believe in the world of massage and lead to their licensure and success in the massage therapy field.
A Reputation for Excellence
For 30 years, we have been helping students become licensed massage therapists in 7.5 months. Our program is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
What makes us so unique:
We teach a clinical approach to massage therapy with instructors who are licensed practicing therapists.
Smaller class sizes mean personalized attention (average 12 students per class)
Flexible class schedules to fit your needs (daytime and evening classes)
High Definition Massage Tutoring Video Library for student review.
Anatomy / Cadaver Lab College campus centrally located in SLC and near Trax (2 blocks from Central Pointe Station)
Federal financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Myotherapy College of Utah is located in Salt Lake City right off I-15 (21st South Exit) and is centrally located for UTA and UTA TRAX Services. Our 5,500 square-foot facility includes fully carpeted lecture and classroom areas. Our classrooms are equipped for lecture and others are dedicated to clinic with privacy curtains during student clinic work.
Class Size Matters
Occupational and laboratory classes are limited to 16 students per class. General education classes may vary depending on the course, but at no time will any class exceed 20 students. Our goal is to maintain an overall environment where your personal learning experience will be enjoyable and memorable.