Massage Therapy Services

Student Clinic hours  / Internship Overview

Tuesday- Session Times:6:15pm and 7:30pm

Wednesday/Thursday/Friday- Session Times: 4:00pm and 5:30pm

Saturday- Session Times: 10:am, 11:30am, 1:00pm and 2:30pm

Days and Times may vary depending on class sessions.

The Mountain State School of Massage clinic draws clients from Charleston and neighboring towns and provides massage to clients from the general public at a reduced fee of only $30 an hour, which covers clinic costs.

Massage Therapy Gift Certificates are available for purchase!

Our Massage Therapy Gift Certificates make a great gift for any occasion. Valentine’s Day is around the corner! A perfect Holiday Gift that’s great for family, friends, co-workers or anyone you know who deserves to rest, relax and enjoy the many benefits of massage…including you! Order or pick up your Valentines Gift Certificate today!

For more information visit MSSM at 601 50th Street, Charleston, WV, located off MacCorkle Avenue in Kanawha City. Contact the Business Office by e-mail at: info@mtnstmassage.com or call 304-926-8822 by phone for an order.

Clinic clients receive treatments sessions from students advanced in the curriculum who are under the supervision of highly skilled and experienced professional instructors. The Student Clinic Director is available at all times during clinic  hours and occasionally enters the massage rooms to observe the student performing the massage. The student may ask the supervisor to demonstrate particular techniques specific to client needs.  This provides the student with a practice environment that fosters a smooth transition into professional massage practice and gives student practitioners an opportunity to assist clients in leading appropriate self-care techniques.

Each student at the Mountain State School of Massage  is required to participate in the Student Clinic and perform a requisite number of massage sessions in order to graduate from the Program. An important element of massage training is applying the skills learned in classes. Students are still learning what to do in new situations or with different conditions and supervised clinical practice is an essential part in making the transition from a beginner to a practicing professional.

During this important practical experience, students learn and practice telephone skills, intake and assessment, record keeping, session planning, time management, fee collection and how to work with new people.  Students gain valuable knowledge in the significance of participation, cooperation, professionalism, punctuality, attitude, presentation, availability and hygiene.  These are vital for the student’s professional development and are reinforced in the Business Practices curriculum which includes the study of Professional Standards and Ethics.

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