If you tell me that students have 12 weeks to learn: All muscles, their function, where they originate and insert, all bones, the integumentery system, the endocrine system, physiology of the human body, pathology, contraindications for massage, several modalities, case studies, ethics, AND provide 50 clinic hours, and all that with classes that have 15 people or more per one instructor, it is obvious that there is no way a quality education can be provided, no matter what kind of numbers you provide. Unfortunately, with the MBLX in place, the standard has already been lowered. How many of your students pass the NCTMB? I took the NCTMB and the MBLX and the MBLX it is a complete joke. Whoever can not pass the MBLX with ease the first time does not know enough to let loose on clients and should go back to Massage School. The problem with schools like yours is that you knowingly contribute to lower the standard for quality massage therapists and that hurts not only the massage community, but also clients who are endagered by massage therapists who have no clue what they are doing. I hope they change the law, so you don't come up with a one month home study course one day. BTW, I looked up your school because a friend told me about a girl that just graduated from that school. She had to take her test 3 times to pass and the first thing she did before getting to work was to have her nails done. Nice and long. That says it all. To all prospective students: Do your homework before you sign up with a school like this.
Cons: Excellerated program lowers standard and endagers clients