Financial Aid


Financial Aid Offered by the School:

500 Hour Basic Program

    Payment Plan Option:

Day Classes- 5 monthly installments  due on the 1st of each month.

Night Classes- 8 monthly installments due on the 1st of each month.

     Grant Options:

      If you choose to pay for the entire tuition amount in one lump sum prior to the first day of class you will receive a grant of $600.00.


650 Hour Advanced Program

     Payment Plan Option:

Day Classes- 5 monthly installments due on the 1st of each month.

Night Classes- 8 monthly installments due on the 1st of each month.

Scholarship Options:

An advanced course work scholarship option is offered for the 650 hour course equal to $1,000.00. Scholarship credit is earned by students who hold a class average of 80% or higher upon completion of the classroom hours of the course. The scholarship credit will be placed on the student’s account balance upon promotion from the classroom hours to the internship hours.


Forms of payment accepted:   

Cash, Check with the proper identification, Visa, MasterCard, Debit Card, or Money order.



Other Financial Aid Options:

We know it's difficult for some massage and bodywork students to afford school tuition. Often, schools will provide a financing alternative that allows students to make monthly tuition payments to the school. Listed below are organizations that help students and prospective students find information about financial aid and scholarships. These programs allow students to repay their loans over a longer period of time and make financing their school education much more manageable and attractive. Contact the institutions below to set up the programs and make them available to you.


ABMP Student

Discounts for students, including a scholarship sweepstakes

AMTA Student

Scholarships awarded annually, essay required

Successful Hands Grants

Open to all massage therapy students and recent graduates

Massage Therapy Foundation

Research grants and case report contests

Compare Student Loans

Loans: Deborah John & Associates Financial Aid Servicing (DJA)

DJA provides financial aid servicing and consulting to Title IV institutions.

108 West Main Mulvane, KS 67110

Phone: 800-242-0977

Fax: 316-777-1703



E Student Loan

This service compares a range of alternative loans (nonfederal loans) through a search engine that matches the student's needs with a short list of available and appropriate loans.


P.O. Box 6191 Sioux Falls, SD 57117-6191

Phone: 800-788-3368




This is a search site that matches the information you enter in your user profile to scholarship, college, job, and internship opportunities. You may use the information that FastWeb provides to apply for scholarships, discover prospective colleges, explore internship possibilities, or learn about part-time jobs in your area.




A comprehensive source of student financial aid information, advice, and tools. Access is free for all users and there is no charge to log in.

P.O. Box 2056 Cranberry Township, PA 16066-1056

Phone: 724-538-4500

Fax: 724-538-4502




Next Student

NextStudent offers a comprehensive portfolio of products, including-cost federal student loans and private loan products, for undergraduate and graduate students and parents. NextStudent also offers federal and private consolidation loan programs, and college savings plans. Next Student offers free one-on-one counseling with personally assigned Education Finance Advisors.

19601 N Black Canyon Hwy Phoenix, AZ 85027

Phone: 800-658-6801



Sallie Mae

The company primarily provides federal and private student loans, including consolidation loans, for undergraduate and graduate students and their parents. In addition, Sallie Mae offers comprehensive information and resources to assist students, parents and guidance professionals with the financial aid process.

P.O. Box 9500 Wilkes-Barre, PA 18773-9500

Phone: 888-272-5543

Fax: 800-848-1949 is a loan comparison website that provides students with a simple and effective way of searching for rates on school loans from the most trusted names in educational lending.

P.O. Box 590034 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33359-0034

Phone: 954-731-9522 offers information regarding credit cards for high school and college students and consumers, along with information about credit management skills.

West Coast

322 Culver Blvd, #211Playa Del Rey, CA 90293

East Coast

6755 South Tropical TrailMerritt Island, FL 32952

No Coast

2406 Echo ValleyStow, OH 44224

Phone: 800-649-8802




The Education Resource Institute (TERI)

TERI is a non-profit organization with two primary programs: the TERI guaranteed private education loan programs and the college access programs.

P.O. Box 848108 Boston, MA 02284-8108

Phone: 800-255-8374

Fax: 888-329-8374




United States Department of Education

The United States Department of Education "distributes financial aid to eligible applicants throughout the nation for elementary, secondary, and college education; for the education of individuals with disabilities and those who are illiterate, disadvantaged, or gifted; and for the education of immigrants, American Indians, and people with limited English proficiency."

400 Maryland Ave SW Washington, D.C. 20202

Phone: 800-872-5327



Scholarships: American Association of University Women (AAUW)

The AAUW Educational Foundation funds educational and professional opportunities for women, in the United States and abroad, opening opportunities for women to access educational opportunities through the fellowships, grants, and special awards made possible through the contributions of AAUW members.

1111 Sixteenth St NW Washington, DC 20036

Phone: 800-326-2289Fax: 202-872-1425




American Educational Guidance Center

The American Educational Guidance Center provides contact information—including phone numbers and e-mail addresses—for more than 1,000 colleges and universities, including admissions offices and scholarship and financial aid contacts. It also offers information on community colleges, historically African-American colleges, graduate schools, the GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, and more.



College Connection

College Connection, "founded by a group of parents who went through the college financial aid process with their children and saw a need to improve the process," posts scholarship information and offers a customized scholarship search service. Their services draw from databases including scholarships and grants offered by corporations, non-profit agencies, and associations.

1508 Seton Villa Lane Wilmington, DE 19809

Phone: 302-765-3880



Jeanette Rankin Foundation

This non-profit organization offers scholarships for low-income women—with financial and/or other hardships or disabilities—ages 35 and older.

PO Box 6653 Athens, GA 30604-6653

Phone: 706-208-1211

Fax: 706-548-0202




MANA, A National Latina Organization

This non-profit's mission is "to empower Latinas through leadership development, community service, and advocacy. MANA fulfills its mission through programs designed to develop the leadership skills of Latinas, promote community service by Latinas, and provide Latinas with advocacy opportunities. Support for these programs is derived from members, corporations, foundations, and government grants."

1146 19th St NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20036

Phone: 202-833-0060

Fax: 202-496-0588