Student Spotlight: Jeremy Stewart

Jeremy is a student in the part-time program at the Finger Lakes School of Massage Ithaca campus. He was chosen as the January Student of the Month because of his uplifting positivity and inspiring presence!

Massage Therapists Play Important Role in History of the White House

It goes without saying that massage therapists are in high demand. If you’re considering enrolling in massage therapy school, it may interest you that massage therapists are needed even in the White House. The White House Athletic Center, like any gym, is a place where people exercise, de-stress and socialize—and, also like most gyms, the White House Athletic Center makes massage therapy sessions available to its members.

Featured Faculty & Staff: Sarah Moshier

Meet Sarah Moshier, LMT, MSW, MA, Finger Lakes School of Massage Featured Faculty for January! She actually graduated from FLSM in 2007 and returned in 2015 to work as an admissions guide. Sarah was originally inspired to attend massage school after receiving a massage as a student in a dual Master’s degree program in Social Work and Social Science at the University at Albany/Binghamton University. Bodywork seemed like the perfect compliment to social work and would allow her to provide a truly holistic approach to wellness.

Flexible Schedules Allow You to Overcome the Limited Free Time Challenge: Go Back to School Now For a Better Career

When people consider going back to school to train for a better career, one of the most common objections they have is that they don’t have the time. In the first article in this series, we discussed how sometimes our own minds can work against us. Usually stemming out of a fear of change, our brain provides excuses to keep us from doing things that will change our lives in some way, like buying a car or changing cell phone service providers, for example.