Birmingham School of Massage
In Business Since 1998

Education that Touches Everyone

Forehead Relaxing Massage

Training Aspiring Massage Therapists in Alabama

Massage therapy is a rewarding career choice as the work involves providing relief from muscle soreness and stress. After a therapeutic massage, people feel more relaxed and calm. Becoming a massage therapist is indeed a great way to help people live healthier lives.
For those interested in entering this line of work, you must complete massage therapy training and earn a certificate or diploma in a massage therapy school like the Birmingham School of Massage (BSM). We are dedicated to training aspiring massage therapists in Birmingham, AL, and the surrounding counties.
Over 31 Years of Experience in the Massage Therapy Industry
$30.00 for 1-Hour Student Massage Service when Booking a Saturday Appointment

Massage as a Profession

Career opportunities are abundant for massage therapists. They can work in:
  • Chiropractic and Orthopedic Offices
  • Health Clubs
  • Corporate Settings
  • Medical Practices
  • Hair and Nail Salons
  • Spas
  • Resorts
  • Sports Team Facilities
Every day, the list grows longer.
Birmingham School Of Massage

FAQs

A: BSM does not accept Title IV financial aid. We do, however, have five in-house payment plans that will meet the majority of people’s needs.

A: Yes. Before sitting for a state board exam for licensure, the state of Alabama requires you to complete and pass a 650-hour program. Tuition is $8,500.00, and extra expenses are approximately $1,500.00.

A: After graduation, a student must pass a state examination to practice massage therapy legally.

You must be at least 18 years old.

You must have a high school diploma or GED.
You must complete an interview with a school administrator after taking a tour of BSM.

Contact us for a face-to-face interview and a tour of our massage school.