Alexandria School Credentials

This Institution is regulated by:

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The Indiana Commission for Higher Education/ The Indiana Board for Proprietary Education

101 W. Ohio St., Suite 670
Indianapolis, IN 46204-1984
Telephone: (317) 464-4400 Ext. 138 or Ext. 141

 

 

This Institution is Accredited by:

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5335 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 440
Washington, DC 20015
Telephone: (202) 895-1518

 

This Institution is Approved By:

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Therese C. Pfrimmer International Association of Deep Muscle Therapists
www.pfrimmer.org


Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
Division of Professional Board of Massage
1940 N. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0774

Indiana State Approving Agency
Specific programs are approved by the Indiana State Approving Agency for those entitled to receive VA Educational Assistance Benefits.

This Institution is Recognized by:

U.S. Department of Justice*
Immigration and Naturalization Service
950 N. Meridian St., Room 400
Indianapolis, IN 46204
*For attendance of non-immigrant M-1 vocational students not in language training.

NTCMB Approved Provider for Category A Continuing Education

Member of the Better Business Bureau

Member of the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce


COMTA is an accrediting agency for Massage Therapy Schools.

MASSAGE LAWS & ORDINANCES: Some states, cities and counties do regulate the practice of massage therapy.  Before practicing massage therapy you should contact the AMTA for information on licensing for your state.  Local ordinances may also vary from your state laws; therefore, you should also check with your local city or county office for massage therapy laws.

Graduates of this school are eligible for membership in and the benefits of the AMTA.  The State of Indiana now has a certification law in place to certify all Massage Therapists in the State of Indiana.  The state certification does not precede local ordinances.

We prepare our students to become professional massage therapists, but we do not guarantee state or national certification.

The Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics, Inc., does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, age, sex, religion, creed, ethnic or national origin, or sexual orientation or disability.