Campuses in Haskell, Tinton Falls & Bloomfield, NJ


Becominga Massage Therapist in New Jersey

One of the most popular career choices right now is massage therapy. The reasons why range from being well paid to enjoying it as a professional job. However, there are steps that need to be taken for you to become a professional in the massage therapy field. One of the first steps is to find…
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Massage Therapy is one of the top 10 fastest-growing jobs in the USA!

The majority of the top 10 fastest-growing jobs in the United States are related to the increasing aging population. The demand for healthcare careers and any job helping people ease in to retirement, is growing substantially. Massage Therapy is one of these increasingly sought out services. Careers in Massage Therapy are expected to increase by…
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Rewarding Day of Massage Education with Dr. Anthony Gencarelli

This weekend ITM was proud to host the AMTA NJ Sports Massage Team which is lead by our Instructor Bruce Spicer and we reviewed this awesome letter after the day was over. Today at the Institute for Therapeutic Massage Tinton Falls Campus the AMTA-NJ Sports Team was rewarded with a day of education with Dr…
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6 Ways to Obtaining Continuing Education

As we round the corner of the pain staking process of licensure as required by the New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy we are posed with the question. How do I go about obtaining continuing education credits? Whether you have been practicing for 20 years or just finishing school, continuing education should be…
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ITM Students with AMTA at Spring Lake

ITM Team, The Spring Lake 5 mile run was held yesterday 5/23. It is the largest 5 mile race in the country with 12,500 runners this year. Although the weather was not nice (to say the least) our students were fantastic. Students were paired off with experience Sports Therapist from the AMTA Sports Team. The…
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Article pertaining to Muscle Strain

An important part of every therapists daily routine should be self care. I came across an article in mens magazine that reminds us we need to take care of us as we are our most prized tool in our profession. Enjoy

The Elegance of Dermoneuromodulation by Jason Erickson

Touch rooted in modern neuroscience Massage therapy emphasizes the power and practice of touch. Most of what we do involves skin-to-skin contact. In that simplicity, we interact with our clients’ deepest complexity. From moment to moment, their bodies give us palpable feedback. If we listen and respond well, the results of a massage can be…
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Mom Time, "Ravinders Day Spa"

Toddler snot on your suit jacket, wrinkled pants from sitting in a car driving teens (and their friends) everywhere they need to go, sleep deprivation from the newborn. Moms of kids all ages have one thing in common: while taking care of everything and everybody else, they forget to practice critical self-care strategies that can…
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Huffington Post Article, Should You Drink Water After A Massage?

I came across this earlier today and found it interesting. Take a look let me know what you think, Huffington Post

Functional Neurology Program for Massage Therapists Coming to ITM

Recently, we were approached by Dr. Paul Thomas, about bringing his program, Certification in  in (Functional) Neurology for Bodyworkers, which includes Massage Therapists and Acupuncturists, to the New York / New Jersey / Pennsylvania area, and having ITM be the host. Being that we are frequently approached by different instructors and training organizations about using our facilities, we are…
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