East-West Healing Arts Institute
A National Leader in Fully Integrated East West Massage Therapy Education

Praise from Our Graduates

Mitch Lawver, Group 22

“I feel totally prepared to exceed the expectations of my clients. East-West Healing Arts Institute gave me the tools I needed to differentiate myself in the field.”


Stacey Seacord-Peters, Group 23

“I'm so thankful for the education I received at East-West Healing Arts Institute. After learning about the Body, Mind, Spirit philosophy of East-West Healing Arts Institute, I knew this was the school for me. I'm so proud of the knowledge gained and excited about future opportunities available to me”.”


Feiyan Hagar, Group 19

“All instructors teach lunging and bodyweight to improve body mechanics during massage. Importantly, one of my supervisors told me to work with feeling. Eastern technique including Thai Massage, Zen Shiatsu, TuiNa and acupressure is most valuable to my work. I always tell people I do Chinese massage because this is unique practice in this area.”


Wei, Class of ‘04

“The school is wonderful. Dr. Zhou is the best. That’s why I came here. I wanted to learn the real technique. The students, the teachers, the courses – they are all so good. I don’t know what I like best. I like them all!”


Julie, Group 15

"We are on the edge of a new and exciting Health Care industry. Eastern and Western modalities in medicine and massage are beginning to merge and East-West Healing Arts Institute puts you right at the front."


Dr Galen Baker, Instructor

Dr. Baker is a chiropractor and a Diplomat of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Practitioners.
"Students who come here are looking for the ability to help people by using both Eastern and Western techniques, which is more challenging. So their willing to work harder. I try to make the classes interactive. When I teach skeletal insertion points of the muscles, it's hands-on, not just from a book. The students like that."


Ryan, Group 11“

"11“My experience at East West Healing Arts has opened new pathways for my life that I had never imagined before. I’m more in tune with my own body as well as having a deeper understanding of the human body in general from an Eastern and Western perspective. As a result of the split curriculum, I feel that I gained a strong foundation for building confidence as a Massage Therapist. Moreover, clients really appreciate the combination Eastern and Western techniques I use during a massage.”