Massage Therapy - Clinic


School of Health Professions
Massage Therapy Student Clinic


The Therapeutic Massage Student Clinic offers massage to the public in order to
provide students with hands-on experience in working with a diverse population in a
clinical environment.

  • The massage and bodywork provided is intended to relieve muscle tension,
    promote relaxation and create a general feeling of well-being.
  • Students will provide one-hour client-focused massages incorporating
    bodywork modalities and techniques learned in the classroom.
  • Students will develop and/or enhance their knowledge and skills in:
    • Professional communication and client education
    • Intake and documentation of client information and session
    • Client assessment and development of appropriate session plan
    • Delivery of massage techniques/strokes using proper body
    • Time and office management
      • Student Clinic is not a full-service spa or a clinical practice. We encourage
        clients to seek ongoing massage therapy with a properly trained and
        licensed massage therapist.


  • The 60-minute appointment will include:
    • 5-10 minutes of reviewing health history & goals for the session and changing clothes.
    • 45-50 minutes of massage
    • 5-10 minutes of changing clothes, review/education and student
      • We request that new clients arrive 15 minutes prior to their scheduled
        appointment time to complete intake forms.
      • We use unscented massage lotion or cream.
      • We recommend that you wear comfortable clothing, for ease in changing
        and clothing that would not be adversely affected by any residual oil on your
        skin from the massage.
      • The client will always be covered with a sheet, except for the area on which
        the student is massaging at the time.
      • The student will discuss with you the appropriate level of disrobing which
        will be based on your comfort level and the body area(s) that will be
        addressed in the session. For example, if you are only having your upper
        body massaged, you might only need to remove your upper body clothing.
      • The Massage Therapy Student Clinic follows the NCBTMB and Maryland State guidelines for
        maintaining proper boundaries with clients.
      • All medical records and client information are held in strictest confidentiality
        according to Maryland State Regulations and HIPPA standards.
      • The Student Clinic space is one large room, separated by curtains, to create
        8 semi-private cubicles. These cubicles are not sound-proof, so we ask that
        you turn off or leave cell phones behind and speak at a lower volume.



Using gliding, kneading, lifting, and tapping strokes with lotion on the skin to provide
overall relaxation of the body, mind and spirit.

Deep Tissue

Using slower deeper pressure to release tension in specific muscles.

Myofascial Release

Releasing the connective tissue surrounding muscles through slow strokes with no
massage oil or creme.


Combining various strokes


Call: Jean Wible, Clinical Coordinator at 443.840.1598.
Office hours vary. If you leave a message, your call will be returned as soon as

The Student Massage Therapy Clinic Appointment Schedule varies each semester,
but there are generally appointments available both during the week and on

General Public: $35
Faculty/Staff/Students and Seniors (over 65 years old): $30
Package Pricing: Packages of 4, 5, or 6 are $120, $150 and $180 respectively.

Clinic appointments are payable by cash or check only.

Students are NOT allowed by Maryland Law and the policies of the College to
accept any compensation for their services, therefore tipping of students is not
allowed. However, is you desire to make a donation to the CCBC Massage Therapy
Foundation Fund which benefits the students through scholarships and special
purchases, your donation will be gratefully accepted.



The address for the Essex Campus is:

7201 Rossville Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21237

The Student Massage Clinic is located in Bldg J, Room 324.


Campus Map and Directions To schedule an appointment:
Please call the Student Clinic at 443.840.1598
You can leave a voice mail at any time.

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