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Natural Forces Massage

5510 Atascocita Road, Humble, TX 77346
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Business Description

Backed by a decade of experience, Tim Turnbow established Natural Forces Massage in Humble in 2018 and shared his expertise in a broad range of massage techniques with his team of therapists. He trained them on different massage styles, including cupping therapy, Swedish massage, trigger point, deep tissue massage, and hot stone massage. His techniques are helpful in pain management, better flow of lymph fluids in the body, blood circulation, and relief from sports-related injuries and strains.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is massage therapy school like? 

In massage therapy school, a variety of subjects are taught, including anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology. Additionally, students learn proper hygiene, bedside manner, and etiquette. Once courses are completed, students go through hands-on training and gain real-world experience.

How much does massage therapy school cost? 

The cost of massage school can vary depending on your geographic location and the school you choose to attend. According to Massage Magazine, some schools can cost as much as $15,000. If you choose to take supplementary courses, such as aromatherapy and reflexology, you may be required to pay extra for these additional courses.

How long is massage therapy school? 

Most massage therapy programs can be completed in five to six months when you choose to study full time. When studying part-time, programs typically take one year to complete; however, most schools allow students to spread out their studies over a two-year period if they choose.

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