MSB – Plymouth Sees Growing Number of Men in Massage Therapy

The Minnesota School of Business – Plymouth campus has seen a recent increase in the number of male massage therapy students. A little over one-third of our massage students are men. Many of these men are looking for careers that are the direct opposite from the types of jobs they have had in the past which include military, construction and playing hockey.

When I was going to school for massage back in 2002-2003 there was about one male for every 10 female students, and my instructors made it well known to us that male massage therapists have a much tougher time in the industry.  As the massage program chair here at Plymouth, I get the opportunity to meet with and speak with many business owners and massage therapists and I believe that things have changed drastically over the years.

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