Discover the Many Advantages of
Studying Clinical Massage Therapy
& Structural Bodywork at
Kyle Wright’s Schools of
Massage Therapy is one of the fastest growing fields in the medical community and we are proud to be able to train therapists to meet those needs with highly employable and marketable skills. A Serious Education for those Serious about their Career!
I, Kyle C. Wright, am proud to have a strong track record in providing top quality training to new massage therapists which include:
• 12,000+ graduates with extremely high student satisfaction
• Physicians seeking our graduates for their practices
• Many of our graduates have become leaders in the massage therapy field
I ask you, do you want to be on the leading edge of the massage therapy profession and be part of an elite group of bodywork professionals?
If so, the staffs at North Carolina and Florida Schools of Advanced Bodywork are extremely dedicated to providing you with highly advanced skills that will serve you well in becoming an integral part of the healthcare industry. For a lot of students their massage therapy education is, with no exaggeration, a life changing experience.
A Highly Experienced, Dedicated Staff
My staff and I have over 60 years of combined teaching experience.
Over the last 20 years, we have developed and continuously refined the process of teaching this material to a high art. Our curriculum has been precisely thought out and sequenced allowing the material to be delivered in the most efficient and effective way possible. This efficiency combined with a small, high caliber group of students, allows us to teach you far more than basic state requirements that are often taught at many schools in the country.
Becoming A Highly Specialized Therapist In
Pain, Posture, Movement, and Dysfunction
Our focus is on you becoming a specialist in managing and resolving significant pain, posture, movement and dysfunction issues for which many people have not found relief.
The North Carolina School of Advanced Bodywork and the Florida School of Advanced Bodywork, reflect our years of education, practice and instruction in clinical massage therapy and structural bodywork.
It is a product of our belief that students are entitled to a superior education and individualized training so they may uphold the professional standards that they continually pursue. The premise of our program is clinical in nature and the school’s curriculum expresses our philosophy and interpretations of the neuromuscular, myofascial, and skeletal systems and their relation to the body’s structure and function. Rather than attempt to encompass a wide range of massage modalities, NCSAB and FLSAB focus more on specific aspects that I believe to be particularly relevant, such as the proper evaluation and treatment of soft tissue pain and musculoskeletal dysfunction.
Clinical Massage Therapy And
Clinical massage therapy and structural bodywork are two different therapy disciplines.
Clinical Massage Therapy involves the ability to understand and effectively identify and manipulate the soft tissues of the body for the purpose of reducing chronic, excess muscle tensions that contribute to the onset of pain and dysfunction. It offers an in-depth look at the various causes, symptoms and conditions of muscle tension and the principles to reverse that tension.
Structural Bodywork scientifically tracks down the aches, pains, and dysfunctions that are not sufficiently responsive to the usual localized treatment (at the location of symptoms) of neuromuscular and myofascial structures.
Resolving Your Client’s Chronic,
Excess Muscle Tension
The concept of Chronic, Excess Muscle & Nerve Tension & Stress — or C.E.M.&.N.T. for short —was developed and originally taught by David Scott Lynn, as were many of the principles we utilize at our schools. I, Kyle Wright, brought these concepts into my schools, and have developed our comprehensive teaching system around these ideas and techniques.
This unique approach to skillful resolution of chronic muscle tension and the problems it causes is the primary skill you’ll be developing here at NCSAB or FLSAB. This skill — and the related knowledge — is what will set you apart from many, if not most, of the therapists practicing today.
Our curriculum contains pertinent information structured in an easy-to-follow format to assist in facilitating the student’s learning of the muscles, origins, insertions, functions, pain referral patterns associated with each muscle, clinical notes for discussion and reference, patient positioning, and treatment strategies.
It is with great pleasure that we share our knowledge, experience, and practical skills with you. I commend you for inquiring about our course of study and the massage therapy profession, and I sincerely hope that together we may continue to enlighten the world about the value of massage therapy in our health care system today and into the future.
PLEASE VISIT One of Our Schools’ Websites:
• North Carolina School of Advanced Bodywork in Charlotte
Or Call now at: (980) 224-8449
• Florida School of Advanced Bodywork in Jacksonville
Or Call now at: (904) 337-1602
Kyle C. Wright