Olympia, Washington (PRWEB) Sept. 24, 2012. The Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage in Olympia, Washington, is offering a variety of tuition options for new students. The school, which is offering a trial class in October to help potential students discover if they are ready for the physical and financial commitment, is a prominent leader in the massage industry. In addition to the traditional private financing routes students have with their own banking resources, Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage has launched three affordable in-house payment plans.
According to the American Massage Therapy Association, 83 percent of massage therapists started practicing massage therapy as a second career in 2011, and massage therapists have an average of 619 hours of initial training.
"Our school is aware of the current economic situation within the country," said Shari Aldrich, owner of Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage. "That is why I decided to offer three in-house payment options for new students that are outside of traditional bank loans. Not everyone qualifies for a bank loan today, especially if they are starting a second career. I'm hopeful these options make attending my school easier for potential students."
Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage has three options, with details listed on the school's website, for in-house finance options. The first option requires a $1,000 deposit with the balance due upon school's start with zero interest. Plan two requires a $1,000 deposit with three equal payments at 3 percent interest. Plan three requires a $1,000 deposit with eight equal payments at 9 percent interest.
"Potential students are encouraged to contact my school and discuss payment options, schedule and curriculum," continued Aldrich.
Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage is located in Olympia, Washington. The Bodymechanics approach cannot be confined by terms like "traditional" or "alternative." Instead, the program is a bridge between the chemical/surgery- dependent medical philosophies prevalent in our society and the holistic beliefs encompassing the bodywork field.
For more information, visit www.bodymechanics.net.