This months Student Spotlight is Vancouver massage school student Tish Stewart. Tish was one of the first students who signed up for our school once we committed to opening in Vancouver. In fact she interviewed with me in Tumwater and considered weekend classes and making the long trek north.
Tish is a personal trainer, working with clients individually and in a group setting. She felt that massage therapy would compliment her career. She also is amazed and intrigued by the human body, and felt that massage therapy would enhance her understanding. Tish’s desire to help people live without pain and with increased mobility is a driving force in her career choices.
From Athlete, To Personal Trainer, To Massage Therapist
Tish competed in gymnastics, and was headed toward Olympics before knee injuries ended her career. From there, she went into competitive swimming. Swimming launched a new direction as Tish then became which led a lifeguard, swim instructor, and aerobics instructor. During this time, she felt herself struggling with her own pain from sport injuries and pregnancy. Ultimately, she discovered chiropractic and massage therapy.
“Experiencing the benefits of massage and living pain free; having training clients held back from soft tissue restrictions catapulted me to become a massage therapist.”
So started the drive to find a massage school.
Today, Tish enjoys spending time with my family, reading, swimming, drinking wine, going on adventures.
Why did she chose Bodymechanics?
Tish chose Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage – Vancouver because of its excellent reputation and the school’s long history of producing quality massage therapists. Additionally, Tish loves three components of our program that we specialize in:
Injury treatment focus
Education on the business side of massage
Self care education to facilitate career longevity
Tish discovered Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage through her friend Joleen, a massage therapist in Vancouver. She says that she “enjoys the teachers, subjects and hands on experience; as well as the knowledge of self-care to have a long career.”
Tish believes Bodymechanics School is preparing her for her future by providing experience, knowledge, business planning and support for the future.
For the future, Tish plans to combine with massage and personal training, group exercise and teaching. She hopes to
help train new massage therapists, and to help people to live healthy, active daily lives as long as they possibly can.
If anyone can do it, we know Tish can! She’s one driven lady and already proving that becoming an exceptional massage therapist in Vancouver is within her reach.
Curious about massage school in Vancouver? Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage – Vancouver has 2 upcoming classes to help you reach your goals. Be sure to attend one of our FREE upcoming information sessions to get the information needed to start your own path towards massage therapy.
Upcoming Information Sessions
September 15 – 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
September 27 – 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Upcoming Class Schedule
Day classes – 10/4/16
Tuesday – Friday from 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Morning classes – 1/3/17
Tuesday – Friday from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
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Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage
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MASSAGE THERAPY CLASS SCHEDULE
Evening Classes Start: August 5, 2024
Weekend Classes Start: November 2, 2024
Morning Classes Start: January 7, 2025
Morning Class Start: February 6, 2024
Evening Class Start: March 4, 2024
Weekend Class Start: May 4, 2024
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PERSONAL TRAINING SCHOOL - OLYMPIA
Due to COVID, we have postposed our Personal Training program and will restart when safe.
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