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Baltimore School Of Massage


Baltimore School of Massage is a professional massage and esthetics training program located in Linthicum, Maryland. The school has been providing training and serving the Baltimore community for over 25 years. The Baltimore School of Massage is part of the Steiner Education Group, a subsidiary of Steiner Leisure Limited, a global provider of spa services. The group operates massage therapy and esthetician schools in 31 locations in 14 states. Programs focus on practical, hands-on training, preparing students for careers as massage therapists and estheticians.

Baltimore School of Massage is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA).

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  • Located near Baltimore, Maryland
  • Experienced provider of massage therapy and esthetician programs
  • Programs may be completed in as little as 7 ½ months
  • Both day and evening classes available
  • Offers public clinics to give students hands-on experience
  • Graduates work for many top massage and spa employers


Faculty members at the Baltimore School of Massage are experienced in their fields and eager to assist students with all of their academic needs. Instructors provide real-world insights which prepare their students for careers in the massage therapy and esthetics industries. It is the goal of the school to provide students with the practical skills and knowledge needed to offer the highest quality service to future clients.

Student Life

The Baltimore School of Massage is a commuter school and does not offer on-campus housing facilities. The 768-hour program meets or exceeds most state and municipal licensing standards. Students who choose the daytime option can complete the program in just 32 weeks, while evening students can complete the program in 52 weeks. Both Eastern and Western massage theories and techniques are taught, including Shiatsu, acupressure, trigger point therapy, structural bodywork, cranial sacral therapy, sports massage, and rehabilitation massage. Students also take classes in business, applicable law, and anatomy and physiology. Hands-on training is acquired through the school's public clinics. Steiner Leisure Limited actively recruits graduates for employment in their more than 200 worldwide spas and salons.


  1. Home Page, Baltimore School of Massage, http://www.bsom.com/
  2. Programs, Baltimore School of Massage, http://www.bsom.com/programs.html
  3. Accreditation, Baltimore School of Massage, http://www.bsom.com/accreditation.html
  4. Career Services, Baltimore School of Massage, http://www.bsom.com/career-services.html
  5. Public Clinic, Baltimore School of Massage, http://www.bsom.com/clinic.html

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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