Shiatsu Certification at Acupuncture & Massage College

Are you wondering what kind of massage therapy program will allow you to change careers quickly but also give you an edge in the professional marketplace? You can complete a degree in the field of massage therapy with a Shiatsu certification in just over eight months at Acupuncture & Massage College. AMC’s Massage Therapy program is specifically designed for students seeking a career in the field of bodywork. The program takes 720 hours and 8 and a half months to complete, with 164 hours of supervised clinical practice included. … Read More

How to Get a Job after Acupuncture School

Posted September 15, 2016 by Anton Rivera, B.A. & filed under Acupuncture, Alternative Medicine, Careers

Now is a great time to get into the field of acupuncture. As the demand for alternative medicine and more natural approaches to health care increases, the industry is expected to continue to grow by as much as 32 percent by 2022, according to HealthCareCareers.com. Government legislation and insurance companies have begun recognizing acupuncture as a viable course of treatment for a variety of health issues on a more consistent basis, making the professional outlook rosy. But you may be wondering, once you earn your degree, how to get a job after acupuncture school. … Read More

What You Can Expect from Acupuncture School

Posted September 08, 2016 by Joe Calareso, Director of Admissions & filed under Acupuncture, Alternative Medicine, Careers

So, you think you want to go to acupuncture school. You're excited about the ever-growing opportunities in the field of holistic health and want a career that helps others and offers you flexibility in your schedule and satisfaction in your work. But before diving into a new degree program, you'll want to know what you can expect from acupuncture school. … Read More

10 Signs You Should Invest In Switching Careers

Posted September 02, 2016 by Anton Rivera, B.A. & filed under Alternative Medicine, Careers

Do you dream of switching careers? No matter what your reason, you're in good company. A recent CareerBuilder survey found that over one in five workers were determined to find a new job this year, even if they had employment. Reasons for wanting a new job vary, but some common signs indicate you should probably seriously explore not just a new job, but a new career path. Consider investing in switching careers if you: … Read More

How to Change Careers in 2 Years or Less

Posted August 25, 2016 by Anton Rivera, B.A. & filed under Careers, Education & Research, Massage

It's not uncommon to be "stuck" in a job or career that's not really what you want to do with your life. One of the things that holds people back from making a career change is the amount of time it takes – some fields require five to ten years of professional training before you can actually start working. … Read More

How to Find Fulfilling Careers with Flexible Hours

Posted August 23, 2016 by Joe Calareso, Director of Admissions & filed under Acupuncture, Careers, Massage

Your schedule: Busy. Your obligations: Numerous. Your work life: Unsatisfying. … Read More

Why Holistic Health Careers Are on the Rise

Posted August 18, 2016 by Anton Rivera, B.A. & filed under Acupuncture, Alternative Medicine, Careers, Massage

If you're considering holistic health careers, now is a great time to get into the field. Holistic health considers a whole person and emphasizes the connection between their mind, body and spirit — more and more people want treatments that address all three, or therapies that compliment traditional medicine focusing on the body. A growing interest in wellness and healthy living has fueled an increase in the need for practitioners of massage, acupuncture, Chinese medicine and other complementary treatments. … Read More

5 Tips for Finding a New Career at 50

Posted August 16, 2016 by Joe Calareso, Director of Admissions & filed under Acupuncture, Careers, Massage

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