Rain Star University in Arizona
Rain Star University in Arizona is broken up into three colleges and a clinic.
College of Oriental Medicine
College of Therapeutic Massage
Massage therapy has a broad number of applications. Its range includes relaxation, stress reduction, health promotion, pain management, injury recovery, and working with specific maladies. Practitioners may choose to focus on one of these areas. Another specialization factor is clientele. Some examples are athletes, the elderly, office workers, and performers (e.g., dancers). Another area of specialization is technique. Some practitioners focus on a particular technique and base their practice on that technique. However, the majority of massage therapists tend to use several techniques in their work and may place the emphasis of their practice on something other than technique. Massage therapists may work as self-employed practitioners in private or group offices, or as salaried or commissioned employees, or independent contractors. Earnings vary widely, depending on variables such as the area of the country, type of practice, skills, and experience.
Scope of Practice
National Certification (NCBTMB)
Clinical Education Experience
College of life long learning
Therapy Center and Clinic
Rain Star University
Spa and Wellness Center
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