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Avalon School of Massage

Avalon School of Massage
2990 Richmond Avenue, Suite 200
Houston, TX 77098

The demand for massage therapists is on the rise as more individuals choose massage therapy as their solution for stress. Avalon School of Massage is the answer for anyone interested in this rewarding career. The Texas massage school is located in Houston and is approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services. It meets all the requirements to train students to become registered massage therapists.

Avalon School of Massage prepares students intellectually and professionally in the business and art of massage. The Texas massage school offers a 500-hour program that covers human anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, hydrotherapy, health and hygiene, business practices and ethics, pathology, Thai massage, Chinese medicine, aromatherapy, and Shiatsu massage. The program at Avalon School of Massage also includes a 50-hour internship. For the convenience of its students, morning and evening classes are offered in Spanish and English.

The Texas massage school provides continuing education classes for working massage therapists. Classes offered include hot stone massage, prenatal massage, geriatric massage workshops, and business practice and ethics for massage therapists.

Quick Facts

  • Randy Greer, the director of Avalon School of Massage, has taught massage therapy at MRC School of Massage and the European Institute.

  • Avalon School of Massage received its name from the Celtic Goddess of Avalon, also known as "The Lady of the Lake" from the King Arthur legends.

  • The program at Avalon School of Massage involves 24 weeks of class and a four to eight week internship. Classes are held Monday through Friday.

  • Avalon School of Massage is owned by Paula F. Vidal and Randy Greer.
  • This school profile has been compiled and updated by The CollegeBound Network. The school is not affiliated with The CollegeBound Network and shall not be considered a sponsor of this program.