Denver School of Massage Therapy

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The Denver School of Massage Therapy is part of the prestigious UCMT Family of Schools. They are recognized by employers as the some of the best massage therapy schools in the nation. The massage therapy courses at DSMT are designed to provide students with the best possible education from a massage therapy school. Denver School of Massage Therapy is committed to helping students succeed in their education program and throughout their massage therapy career with lifetime career services assistance.

As part of the Professional Massage Therapy Program curriculum, a student completes a comprehensive Professional Development course. This course includes techniques of enrollment, starting and operating a massage therapy business, presentation, advertising, resumé writing, job interviewing skills, and the integration of sound business practices with a holistic approach to health care. Students participate in the Clinical Internship, which provides them with on-the-job training in preparation for working professionally.

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- Possible to graduate from massage school in just 7 months
- Placed 96% of eligible graduates in jobs
- Financial aid available to those who qualify
- Nationally accredited by ACCET


- Only offers massage therapy program
- Very limited information available online


The Professional Massage Therapy Program prepares students to become successful practicing bodyworkers in as little as 7 months. Their program exceeds standards set by national certification, and by most state and municipal governments for licensing. The Professional Massage Therapy Program teaches the art and science of massage therapy, while also teaching sound business practices which prepare students for success in the marketplace. Also included in the program are CPR and First Aid training and certification, and Anatomy & Physiology, and Pathology.


Two campuses in Colorado are located in Aurora and Westminster.


The UCMT Family of Schools employs relocation specialists that are dedicated to making the students' transition as simple and easy as possible. Whether you need help finding an apartment, or assistance in securing a job while you're in school, the people at Rockesh are there to serve. Additional services include help finding a bank, child care resources, libraries, transportation, and more.


The Denver School of Massage Therapy prides itself in training health care practitioners, so they include CPR and First Aid training and certification, and Anatomy & Physiology, and Pathology in their Professional Massage Therapy Program curriculum. The UCMT Family of Schools (FOS) not only prepares students to become proficient bodyworkers but also trains students to become successful in the marketplace, either as a sole practitioner, an independent contractor, or an employee. If you are looking for a prestigious program, the Denver School of Massage Therapy offers quality on-the-job training and the education needed to succeed in this career field.

Common Misspellings

DMTS, Denver School of Message, Denver Massage School, Denver School of Massage Therepy, Denver School of Massage

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I will say this-- I was a student there back in 2010 and I do regret going to this school, because first of all, they are rude, (by reading the comments on here it is true) they don't teach you everything, they teach only the "basics".. They do play favorites and they will ignore those who need help with a certain question, it is also very expensive and way over-priced! After looking back, I have to ask myself,, why did I choose this career that is dead-end and you won't make a lot of money either ruining your hands and body! I took another step forward, I am pursuing my dream, I am back in school here in Los Angeles, CA... So go with your gut people, don't fall for these expensive schools and not get anywhere with it... posted Sep 5th, 2013 6:57 pm

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I wouldn't recommend going to this school, it's very expensive esp for getting only a Certificate, you will have gay teachers teaching, GAY PRIDE!! Kuddos... whatever.. You will also have rude staff, unprofessionalism and over all they do play favorites!! So beware!!! Your better off going to a different real school that offers better quality in training with less money... Good luck to you out there! posted Sep 5th, 2013 6:52 pm



Yeah right!!! This the WORST school ever when it comes to learning Massage Therapy and they are way over priced, you find a real dream job, instead you'll land a $16.00 an hr job at Massage Envy which is a place that will work you to death, like 10 or more massages a day! You will only land a dream job with experience they only hire people with "years of experience" yeah this school won't tell you all that or any of the outcomes of it.. Don't go to this school and get ripped off, 12,000 or more and not get a degree out of it, your better off going to DU or CSU and pursue a degree then into the Massage field if you want to gain skills... The staff here are very rude, they are not helpful and they will only take your money, it's a rip off school...... DON"T DO IT...... posted Sep 5th, 2013 6:46 pm


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I went to this school to attain my massage therapy training in 2008-2009. I had a good experience with the school. I attended the Las Vegas, NV and the Aurora, CO campus and I found that they had a dedicated teaching staff and a good curriculum. The education was broad enough to enable one to learn multiple modalities and gave the education needed to develop my own technique and find a niche in a difficult market.

NOTE: You will always hear people complain about not being able to find jobs after you graduate. This school helped a lot with job options but there is NEVER going to be a free ride. The market can be tough, especially for men, however if you find a niche you can develop a strong client base with massage. Do not limit yourself to a traditional massage clinic - there are many ways to grow your business and have it be very lucrative if you put in the time and energy. posted Mar 26th, 2012 5:38 pm



Thanks for this info. I'm trying to learn more from former students, particularly about their success in landing good jobs after school. I'm surprised there are no reviews of former students posted.? How long's this outfit been in the metro area? posted Sep 23rd, 2011 2:56 pm

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