NEW School Sign - Front of building

If you want your life to change, you have to change things in your life.

Frequently ask questions about N.E.W

How long is the program?

Our program runs September to June and is 35 weeks plus orientation week, for a total of 672 hours

How much does it cost?

Your tuition of $9,000 includes:  books, massage table or chair, liability insurance, State exam costs, National exam costs, CPR/AED and First Aid training (2 year certification).

What other costs should I expect to pay?

Your only other expenses will be for sheets (a minimum of 4 sets of twin sheets) and massage oil for personal use.

How can I pay for school?

We have a variety of payment plans outlined in the catalog. You can also take out a personal/school loan at a financial institution of your choice. When you come for your tour we can give you more information based on your individual needs.

Do I need to be strong to be a Massage Therapist?

No, we will teach you everything you need to know about increasing pressure and strength. We focus on your body mechanics for longevity and safety in the field of Massage Therapy.

Where can I find more information about becoming a Massage Therapist?

Take a look at Bureau of Labor Statistics which is the bureau of labor statistics as it contains information on the profession in the labor force. Also, Future LMT is a great place to find general information about becoming a Massage Therapist. There are also other web sites listed in our catalogue that you might find helpful.

Who are our instructors?

The owner of the school, Ramona Trudeau, as well as Tiffany Westerbeke, both experienced licensed massage therapists and massage therapy instructors, will be your primary instructors.  You will also work with Dr. Craig Morris, DC (Advanced Spine Care & Wellness) for your science classes.  You can find more information on the bio page.

NEW School of Massage

348 W. 1st Street
Waldo, WI 53093