Therapeutic Massage Students and Graduates Take Hands-on Experience to the Community
Campus Locations: Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont and Cheyenne
Benefits of Massage Therapy Felt Across Northern Colorado
Providing a healing touch is an every day endeavor for IBMC Massage Therapy Graduates and Students. Whether seeing clients in the the Institute of Business and Medical Careers’ spa-like clinic or spending a weekend providing massages at community events, this group truly cares about changing lives.
In fact, nearly 3,000 people across Longmont and Fort Collins felt the benefits of massage therapy during this past weekend at two community events on Sunday, July 17th, the Show ‘N Shine Car Show Super Event in the Fort Collins Market Place parking lot and the 25th Annual Longmont Criterium bicycle race hosted at Thompson Park in Longmont.
Whether an admirer or fine automobiles or avid cyclist, all were treated to a variety of massages – helping to improve immune system function, increase blood flow, reduce stress and improve breathing.
If you are a caring person looking to make a career change and receive a degree in 19 months or less, IBMC’s Therapeutic Massage Clinic and accredited massage therapy programs may be just what you have been looking for. We offer convenient day and evening courses at the Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont and Cheyenne campuses, contact IBMC at (800) 495-2669, (970) 223-2669 or www.ibmc.edu to learn more today.