College Profile: Lauterstein-Conway Massage School
The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School (TLC) was founded in 1989 to provide a supportive environment for education and healing, through the teaching, administration and physical and spiritual context in which we learn.
Now in our 20th year, the TLC curriculum has grown to include 1,000 hours of massage training annually.
Our educational approach is holistic - committed to honoring the spirit as well as the body and the mind. Therefore, we balance technical studies in massage, anatomy and physiology with the development of each student's creativity, graceful movement and capacity for compassionate touch.
It is our mission to run the school in a manner as healing as the subjects we teach. In every respect we attempt to practice what we preach. We strongly believe that health is as much a global as individual issue. We hope that we, as well as each graduate, can make the world a better place in which to live.
Our Comprehensive 500-Hour Program is one of the only programs of its length that includes detailed training in Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy and Bodywork.
Students become an extremely skillful therapists with training in orthopedic massage, sports massage and deep massage, as well as interweaving structural and integrative bodywork.