Northwestern Health Sciences University
  • Student
  • Bloomington, MN, USA
  • $12.00
  • Hourly
  • Student

Non-benefits eligible

Hours: Approximately 4 -12 per week


  • Work in HPC integrative team clinic to provide massage therapy to HPC contracted organization members
  • Massages are 30 minutes in duration to occur every 45 minutes, depending on massage therapist's capabilities
  • MT is responsible for working as a member in the integrated sports care team to treat patients and work within scope of practice
  • Individual will work by themselves or with another work study massage therapist to provide massage therapy
  • Massage therapist is responsible for all sanitation and safety protocols related to massage therapy
  • Individual is responsible for upholding all NWHSU HIPAA and clinic guidelines
  • Massage therapist is responsible for completing electronic health records in accordance with NWHSU standards


  • Requirements of the Massage Therapy Certificate in Relaxation Program


  • 23.5 trimester credits equivalent to the following courses:
    • Anatomy and Physiology 1
    • Basic Life Support BLS 1001
    • Ethics and Professionalism SMT 1160
    • First Aid SMT 0040
    • Foundations of Evidence Informed Practice SMT 2200
    • Legal Aspects of Therapeutic Massage SMT 1162
    • Medical Terminology SBS 1500
    • Pre-Clinic Workshop SMT 1900
    • Relaxation Massage 1 SMT 1700
    • Relaxation Massage 2 SMT 1701
    • Anatomy and Physiology 2 SBS 1002
    • Professional Identity Development SMT 1171
    • Introduction to Special Populations SMT 1610
    • Clinic Rotation 1: Foundation Skills SMT 1935-1
    • Clinic Rotation 2: Enhancement of Clinical Skills SMT 1935-2
    • 2 Elective Course Credits
  • 533.5 hours of education
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