Massage School Announces Mariposa Class Of 2015 To Graduate On December 11

December 11, 2015
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The Costa Rica School of Massage Therapy is proud to announce that the Mariposa Class of 2015 will be graduating on Friday, December 11, 2015. A total of 16 students will be graduating on that day, and the school is incredibly proud to have played a significant role in the start of their professional career. Full details about the school and its programs are available through

Tammy McGee, Director of Admissions for the Costa Rica School of Massage Therapy, says: "We are very excited for our 16 students and know they are destined for great things. Our curriculum prepares them to pass the MBlex US National Licensing Exam, and we are pleased to hold a 100% pass rate with our students. We are confident the 16 graduates will be successful as they practice what they have learned."

The school focuses on Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Hydrotherapy, Thai Massage, and Structural Kinesiology. In addition, students learn how to run a massage business, the ethics and communications standards of the industry, as well as health and wellness practices to maintain a long and healthy career. It is a condensed and intense learning environment where students are able to immerse themselves completely in the study of massage and bodywork.

The current students held a free Thai massage clinic on December 5th as a way to give back to the community. In addition, they took the time to visit areas around Costa Rica and have gained valuable life experiences through that. Some will also stay on after graduation to further their studies and intern in a professional environment. 

During the course, students may also take part in four elective workshops: Reiki Level 1, Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga, Lomi Lomi, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Many of the graduating students took part in these and will now bring their skills all over the world. The quality of these courses has been reviewed by various students at

"We are incredibly proud of our 16 students," adds Tammy McGee. "They are Alanna Brewer, Cara Eagan, Carissa D'Alessio, Charith Roy, Charolotte Irving, Harley Hall, Kelsey Bush, Kora Johnson, Krista Krol, Laura Hawkins, Meg Runyan, Riley Grobelny, Robina Winkler, Sarah Hafner, Sita Dhawtal, and Zachary Adams. We would also like to express our gratitude to our instructors Sandy Anderson, Bev Giroud, Joni Masse, Samantha Saladino, Kathy Mannerberg, Marla Simms, and Ruth Werner."

People are encouraged to like the school's Facebook page on to be kept up to date with future events and courses.

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About Costa Rica School Of Massage Therapy:

The Costa Rica School of Massage Therapy is the premier study abroad program in the world for Massage Therapy Certification!

Contact Costa Rica School Of Massage Therapy:

Courtney Krenz
Costado norte de la plaza de deportes
Samara, Nicoya 5235, GTE
Costa Rica
1-800-770-9893 ext 2

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