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New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts is continuing to provide distance training during the COVID-19 pandemic. The school and instructors have found numerous creative means of disseminating learning during quarantine and social distancing. All courses within the curriculum are being addressed within a real time active learning process. The administration of NHITA is conducting online and phone informational responses as well as interviews for the Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 programs. The Department of Education and Office of Career School Licensing found per Governor Sununu's order that the career schools may proceed and teach in a way that they see best fit, at their discretion.

It's not too early to enroll
for classes beginning September 2020

Harrison, ME & Hudson, NH: September 8, 2020

Contact Roxanne Cunningham to schedule a personal tour of our school and have your questions answered.
774.365.3283 or info@nhita.com

Download our school catalog.
Financial aid available to those who qualify.

Open House Dates

Hudson, New Hampshire
Wed., May 6, 2020; 6-8 PM
Tue., June 23, 2020; 6-8 PM
[learn more & register to attend]

Map showing locations of our massage therapy schools in Maine and New Hampshire

The Massage Therapy Profession

Massage therapy is a highly rewarding career that uses practical application of the sciences, enlivened by the creativity of the healing arts. Compilation of data gathered by the American Massage Therapy Association® (AMTA®) from U.S. government statistics, surveys of consumers and massage therapists and recent clinical studies on the efficacy of massage, research estimates that massage therapy was a $18 billion industry in the country in 2018. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment for massage therapists is expected to increase 20 percent through 2020, faster than average for all occupations. NHITA equips graduates to be successful and competitive in this growing health care profession with a thorough and knowledgeable education.

NHITA Massage Therapy Training Programs

With locations in Harrison, Maine and Hudson, NH, NHITA is a massage therapy school offering a comprehensive ten and twelve month professional-level, career-oriented massage therapy certification program of day or evening classes.

NHITA has been helping students achieve their career goals for over 35 years. We train individuals in a diversity of skills, giving you options to work in private practice, group practice or in a range of other settings such as spas, health clubs, hospitals, physical therapy and chiropractic offices.

NHITA welcomes veterans and has numerous years assisting veterans in reaching their educational goals'; obtaining quality training in massage therapy. The Institute is licensed by the states of Maine and New Hampshire and approved by the New Hampshire and Maine State Approving Agency for Veterans Education Programs for persons eligible for Veterans Benefits.

Will Llewellyn, B.S., LMT

When I began investigating massage schools, I lived in northeastern Vermont at the time. I didn't choose the closest school or the one that cost the least. I chose the best. I chose NHITA.

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New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts is the only school in the states of Maine and New Hampshire that is accredited by the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA). COMTA is the only independent accrediting agency for the massage therapy profession recognized by the United States Department of Education. Being accredited by this agency means NHITA has achieved recognition for meeting detailed and challenging standards.

Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

After reviewing the information about the NHITA massage therapy program, contact us at either campus to discuss your personal needs and career goals. You are also welcome to contact us for a printed catalog.

UPCOMING CLASS DATES...

Applications are now being accepted for the September 2020, 10-month program. Our 10-month program begins on September 8, 2020 at our Harrison, Maine and Hudson, New Hampshire schools.

Our next 12-month program will begin January 12, 2021 at our Harrison, Maine and Hudson, New Hampshire schools.

Read more about our Massage Therapy Curriculum

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Gainful Employment Program & Campus Security Disclosure

NHITA National Board Pass Rates for 2017-2018 were 100%, and are typically 20-30% higher than the national average. [more info]