Our massage school in Ithaca, New York is a great place for your education
The building housing the Ithaca Campus of FLSM is a beautiful castle-like structure overlooking Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York. Since 1994, the school has been the training ground for over 2000 massage therapists. If you've been looking for massage therapy courses in New York State outside the bustle of the big city, this location is a wonderful option. Learn more about how our programs can prepare you for professional certification.
With the start of each program, the faculty and staff of our massage school in Ithaca create a community and culture that invites exquisite care of self and others while drawing forth and nourishing each individual's innate wholeness and potential. The school's massage therapy courses celebrate that culture, by providing an excellent education honoring both scientific and intuitive approaches to the art of massage in an atmosphere of joy, curiosity, respect and discovery.
The people of Ithaca embrace diversity and take pride in expressions of uniqueness and individuality. The community invites and is home to musicians and artisans from around the world who are inspired by and bask in the beauty of its lakes, hiking trails, waterfalls and wineries.
A cultural Mecca, Ithaca residents enjoy the benefits of Cornell University and Ithaca College - including student and professional concerts, lectures, and theater events. Local attractions include holiday festivals on the Ithaca Commons, several well known museums, and celebrations featuring the bounties of local growers at the Ithaca Farmer's Market and local wineries.
Our massage school in Ithaca, New York and many additional services in the surrounding community are easily accessible for residents and commuters by both car and mass transportation.
What Our Graduates Have to Say
Going back to school as an adult seemed a little intimidating to me at first, but FLSM was great at putting me at ease and making the journey amazing. It was a life changing experience, not just learning the art and science of Massage but finding 'me' again.