Deeply integrated education for a deeply rewarding massage career – since 1984.

We offer massage therapy courses for aspiring massage therapists, licensed professionals and the general public. We believe what a therapist communicates through their touch, combined with knowledge of the body and presence, can make the difference between a basic massage and a truly healing experience. Explore our website to discover how we incorporate this philosophy to train well-rounded massage therapists.

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  • "I totally credit my success (at wellness clinic) to your excellent curriculum and knowledgeable instructors." L.M. (2007 Graduate)

  • "Since beginning courses...I have come to appreciate another factor about OSM. It has a special atmosphere of inclusiveness and acceptance." CG (2008 Graduate)

  • "All the instructors and staff are genuinely caring, compassionate and understanding, and all of my classmates are so down to earth and non-judgmental." NG (2010 Graduate)

  • "You guys did a great job preparing me for this career path...Thank you for being so supportive, kind and patient with me...It’s been a long and wonderful road." - EM (2013 OSM Graduate)


Ready to start your massage career?

Attend a Training Preview
February 3rd in Portland - Call 800-844-3420 to register.
February 10th in Salem - Call 503-585-8912 to register.

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Massage Training Previews

Previews help you make a sound decision about choosing a career in massage by outlining the time, finances and energy needed for training. Oregon licensing and career opportunities are discussed. There is no cost to attend.

Next Dates:
Saturday, February 3: 10am-12pm - PORTLAND
Saturday, February 10: 10am-12pm - SALEM

To reserve a seat, contact:
PORTLAND - Alisha Eddleman, 800-844-3420 or  E-mail
SALEM - Morgan Neil, 877-588-8912 or  E-mail

Injury Prevention

PORTLAND
Feb 10, Sat 9am-6pm - $170


Discuss the causes of fatigue and repetitive strain injury in the upper extremities. Learn strategies to avoid injury through proper body mechanics, reducing muscle and joint tightness and improving local circulation. Stretching, strengthening and range of motion exercises for the upper extremities are covered. Use a variety of hydrotherapy treatments to increase circulation and reduce fatigue. Students will identify and self-treat their myofascial trigger points.

To register, please call 1-800-844-3420.