Classes Available in Fort Myers for Massage Therapists
The Florida Academy, in Fort Myers, is providing continuing education classes for massage therapists to maintain their licensure by the state. Practitioners must renew their licenses in odd-numbered years by taking 24 hours of courses that must be completed by August 31.
Florida Academy has been providing continuing education classes since 1990, and offers many nationally approved course offerings. Continuing education helps massage therapists remain current on best practices, ethics and the latest trends.
Location: 4387 Colonial Blvd., Ste. 100. For more information, call 239-489-2282, email LJ@Florida-Academy.edu or visit Florida-Academy.edu.
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