Yes, absolutely. There are many reasons to develop bodywork skills besides becoming a professional massage therapist, so it’s totally fine with us if you don’t have massage therapy as a career goal. Furthermore, while we are a massage therapy school, we think the tools from the Practitioner Cultivation and Relational Skills portion of the course are useful for everyone, so your interest in that is definitely important to us. There is also an option to attend only this portion of the program (please inquire about details).
Note that if you asked the opposite question, stating that you were interested in massage but not Practitioner Cultivation, we would recommend looking at a different school.
By pcab|September 25th, 2014|Admissions|Comments Off on I’m not sure I want to be a massage therapist, but I’m very interested in the Practitioner Cultivation and Relational Skills portion of the course. Can I still attend your program?