Bodywork Masters seeks LMTs (or massage school students) for employment opportunity in Lexington, MA clinic starting now!

Our internship program includes PAID 1-on-1 tutoring with Master staff and hands-on treatment for clients for 4 months. The program meets one day per week, some additional days for working on clients and 1 training day per month. You will learn marketable skills, new techniques, master existing knowledge and much more. Following the training program, qualified candidates will be offered a permanent, full-time position in Lexington or placement in a partnering company in your area.

You’ll master chronic pain management using our unique arsenal of advanced techniques
in orthopedic massage.

Current LMT license or MT school attendee eager to develop your scope of practice

Commitment to challenge yourself to gain marketable skills as an LMT and business person

Passion to help people improve their quality of life through your career

Physical capability and motivation to offer multiple, back-to-back appointments
(average of 6-8 clients per day)

Strong communication skills and ability to confidently speak to clients about goals, self-care and treatment plan
BWM offers competitive employee compensation packages and provide all the supplies needed during the apprenticeship. Applicants are expected to email a photocopy of their Massachusetts massage therapist license, cover letter and resume to be considered.

If you are looking to start a unique career opportunity healing clients with chronic pain through manual therapies, this is the right internship for you!

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About Bodywork Masters Inc.

BWM Bodywork Masters utilize many different techniques to identify, treat and restore functional and structural balance to the body. These techniques include: sliding cupping, gua sha (also known as "the Graston Technique"), trigger point therapy, and myofascial release.