Alexandria, IN, June 19, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Thirty-four Massage Therapists graduated from the Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics on Saturday, June 13, 2015 during ceremonies held at Alexandria Monroe High School Auditorium located in Alexandria, Indiana. The Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics has been training professional massage therapists since 1982.
The students recently completed a 10 and 1/2-month course of study at the Alexandria School in which they learned Scientific Swedish Massage, Active Isolated Stretching, Hydrotherapy, Muscle Balancing, Anatomy and Physiology, Ethics and Business, and many other techniques related to natural health therapy.
“We are very proud of our graduates, and we feel that they are uniquely qualified to meet the growing demand for professionals who can help others in maintaining good health,” said Ruthann Hobbs, founder of the school and Chief Instructor. “Massage Therapy is a quickly growing field because more and more people are taking an active role in their own health.”
Many of those graduating this month will go on to take post-graduate training in Pfrimmer Deep Muscle Therapy.
Graduates of the school are qualified for membership in the American Massage Therapy Association, which sets standards for professional therapists.
About Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics
Founded in 1982, Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics (www.assti.com) is the oldest school in the State of Indiana specializing in massage therapy training and alternative health education. With more than 40 years in massage therapy, Director and Principal Instructor Ruthann Hobbs is a pioneer and innovator in the field. She is one of the foremost international experts on Pfrimmer Deep Muscle Therapy® and a passionate educator whose personal mission is to train the highest quality massage therapists in the world. All of Alexandria School’s instructors are highly trained and certified educators who meet rigorous standards for expertise and ethics. The school is accredited and able to offer Federal Financial Aid to students who qualify. For more information about Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics, please contact Herbert Hobbs at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (765) 724-9152.