Student Services

Our Student Services Coordinators, Kyle McCory and Morgan Neil, are honored to provide the following services:

  • Schedule planning assistance
  • Student coaching sessions:  memorization techniques, coping with test anxiety, time management, and general study skills
  • Licensing exam application assistance
  • General career guidance
  • Student grievance support and facilitation

Student Resources

Registration Guide | Student Handbook | Transcripts & Forms | Learning Resources

To schedule an appointment with Kyle in Portland, email or call 503-244-3420.

To schedule an appointment with Morgan in Salem, email or call 503-585-8912.

 

 

 

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, October 19: 10am-12pm - PORTLAND
Wednesday, November 13: 6:30-8:30pm - SALEM

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

Neuromuscular Therapy

NMT Intro Oct 18, Fri 6:30-9:30pm
3 CEs, $75

NMT Hip, Thigh & Knee Oct 26-27, Sat-Sun 9am-5:30pm
15 CEs, $350


OSM PORTLAND - 9500 Barbur Blvd, Suite 100

Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is a highly effective and specific form of therapeutic massage. In this class you will learn invaluable assessment tools as well as detailed and thorough treatment protocols to address many common cervical spine conditions using the hands as well as T-Bars. (NCBTMB Approved) To register, please call 1-800-844-3420.

Ethics Classes at OSM

Ethics These upcoming classes count towards the OBMT requirement for Professional Ethics, Boundaries, or Communication.

Statutes- 11/6&13, $120, 6CEs - Salem
Ethical Communication During the Bodywork Session - 11/17, $95, 4CEs - Portland
Ethical Boundary Setting- 12/7, $105, 4CEs - Portland

Call 1-800-844-3420 to register.

To see more on OBMT Ethics requirements, see this blog article here: Oregon Massage Ethics