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It is the Omaha School of Massage Therapy's mission to consistently pursue academic excellence by exposing our students to a balanced massage therapy education that meets the needs of area employers. The Omaha School of Massage Therapy has been a staple in massage education for the past 25+ years in Omaha. OSMT was founded in 1989 and has seen numerous changes over the years, but the core principle of creating awareness regarding massage therapy's health benefits has remained constant.

We strive to ensure that our graduates master the skills needed for a long profession in massage therapy while also understanding the importance of giving back to their community. Our program focus is to teach and encourage natural and holistic health through massage and bodywork along with complimentary alternative therapies. Instruction provides a thorough working knowledge of various therapeutic massage and bodywork techniques, function/structure of the human body, and development of professional habits.
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read more › If you are looking for specific information then please see the following resources below. If there is something that you need but cannot find here then please email us at info@osmt.com. Our program focus is to teach and encourage natural and holistic health through massage and bodywork along with complimentary alternative therapies. Instruction provides a thorough working knowledge of various therapeutic massage and bodywork techniques, function/structure of the human body, and development of professional habits.

read more › OSMT is a 5717 square foot facility, located at 5406 S 99th Street Omaha, Nebraska 68127. While we do not have on-campus housing the school is within close proximity of many apartment complexes making it convenient to find housing close to the school. The facility is comprised of a variety of areas. There are two instructional classrooms, eight private therapy rooms and 2 administrative offices. The massage clinic classroom is equipped with a variety of massage tables as well as massage chairs.

read more › Steve received his MBA degree from Herzing University in 2017 and a Bachelor degree in Biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 1995. He also attended and graduated from the Omaha School of Massage Therapy in 1996 which launched his long career with the school. During the last 22 years, Steve has served in every function of OSMT. From his initial position as an administrative assistant to now the School Director Steve has gained vital experience in all aspects of the business operations. Lindsey graduated from OSMT in 2000.

read more › This course primarily consists of learning a Swedish massage full-body routine. Additional components include the history of massage; indications and contraindications of massage; the use of oil and creams; client draping; grounding and centering; and proper body mechanic techniques and self-care for the massage therapist. Massage terms, directional terms, and medical terminology will also be covered to facilitate professional communication. The course introduces students to safety and sanitation procedures required for client interactions.

read more › Massage Therapy is the application of soft-tissue manipulation techniques to the body. Massage Therapist apply their training to the areas of overall health promotion, stress reduction, pain management and injury recovery. Massage is a healing art as well as a science. It requires both academic and technical knowledge, clinical skills, manual dexterity and sensitivity. To become a Massage Therapists, you must have the desire to help others, as well as a commitment to investing the time and energy to develop the required skills.

read more › OSMT offers a variety of massage therapy continuing education workshops to alumni and area Licensed Massage Therapists. The workshop attendees can earn CE (continuing education) hours that are presented by highly-skilled instructors. Full payment is required when registering for CEs online. If you are unable to attend a workshop you've registered for, please contact Steve Carper at 402-331-3694 to make arrangements on attending a different workshop.

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