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Become a Massage Therapist in Just 9 Months!

Indiana Massage College is a SWIC Indiana state accredited and ACCET nationally accredited massage school for massage therapy and bodywork. We are family-owned and all of our hands-on courses are taught by certified massage therapists. We offer small classroom sizes in order to nurture each student’s needs and learning styles. This helps ensure that you get the most out of your learning experience.

Our friendly admissions staff are always available to answer all your questions.

We invite you to explore the program and career options we offer.


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Financial Aid

We offer student financial aid plans and placement assistance, and we accept the
post 9-11 GI Bill.

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Accreditation Advantage

Indiana Massage College has national and state college accreditation. The state average for passing the MBLEX on the first attempt is 76.9%. At IMC our students’ pass rate on the first attempt is 94.7% as of April 2016. DETAILS…

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Marketable Skills

Our goal at IMC is to teach all of our students the most marketable and effective therapeutic techniques for a career in spa, wellness, sports or medical settings or for owning their own massage therapy business.

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Hands-On Learning

Students get practicum experience through our massage clinic where they can integrate therapy styles they have learned by practicing on paying clients from the general public.


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“We have hired several graduates of Indiana Massage College, and look forward to hiring more. We find graduates of IMC to be well trained and the methods they are taught are right in line with Massage Envy Spa standards and protocols.”
-Bruce K., Massage Envy Spa

“The instructor’s style of teaching used a variety of teaching methods, visuals, movie references, silly sayings, etc. to help us all learn. Also enjoyed the interaction of the other students which helped us learn from each other. I really gained a deep knowledge of muscles and the function of the body.”
-Alice W., Student Graduate

“Hands on time was always a favorite. I feel that’s where I learned the most, both giving and receiving massage. I think the job board and the emails are very useful! Timed clinic hours with “real” clients. Small class sizes. The program is all massage related.”
-Allison P., Student Graduate



Our Mission Statement

We Pursue Excellence in the Training of Compassionate, Clinical, and Client-Focused Massage Therapists.