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May 18, 2016

Geoff West, ASM Graduation, Keynote Speaker

By: Edie Morton

Geoff West

“I look to this ancient student-and-teacher relationship as my deepest and richest guide and mentor.” says Geoff. In return Geoff offered unlimited compassion, empowerment and encouragement to his students.

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May 9, 2016

Jeff Reiber, Massage Therapist, Shares Inspirations and Tips

By: Edie Morton

Jeff Reiber

The tips I have for students are to be on time for each client, to create a connection of trust with their clients, and to always listen to the client’s expectations and strive to exceed those expectations.

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November 12, 2015

Why I Chose Atlanta School of Massage

By: Luisa Thompson

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Luisa Thompson, an Atlanta School of Massage student, shares why she chose ASM and how it all began with wanting to provide comfort to her mother who was experiencing increased pain due to diabetes.

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November 4, 2015

Atlanta School of Massage Celebrates 35th Anniversary

By: Edie Morton

ASM 35th Anniversary Gala

Leticia Allen Celebrates 35 Years Leticia Allen celebrates 35 years with her team and loved ones. In the fall of 1980, the leading lady behind Atlanta School Of Massage, Leticia Allen had no idea what was in store for the very first massage school in Georgia that is now known as one of  the best in […]

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November 2, 2015

Moving Towards the Light

By: Edie Morton

Will Johnson, Atlanta School of Massage Graduate

I recently caught up with Will Johnson over a cup of coffee and a walk in Cabbagetown. Will is a graduate of Atlanta School of Massage, (ASM) and Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics (a program of ASM). I wanted to hear his story about how he persisted in following his dream even though it took 5 […]

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September 8, 2015

Enhancing Your Toolkit with Dual Certifications

By: Justin Davis

Justin Davis MS, NASM-CPT, CSCS

There’s an old saying that states, “If all you have is a hammer, everything starts to look like a nail.” In my opinion, when most people are faced with a problem, they reach for the tools with which they have the most experience. A particular exercise is not always the best answer to a certain problem, but it may be the only answer a personal trainer can think of. In the same way, a massage stroke may not be the best answer either, but it might be the only answer an LMT can think of.

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August 24, 2015

Interview with Margaret Alfieri, Atlanta School of Massage, Program Director

By: Edie Morton

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I practice and incorporate massage and self-care into my lifestyle. Massage Therapy is a DO SOMETHING FOR YOUR OWN GOOD type of practice. Both giving and receiving massage allows you to commit to a certain level of involvement in your well-being.

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June 29, 2015

Higher Education Scholarships, Grants and Loans

By: Edie Morton

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Generally, scholarships and grants are hard to find and even harder to receive. They are not the most common method of funding education. Other options to consider for funding your education may include home equity loans, retirement savings accounts, cash values in life insurance policies, bank loans or gifts/loans from friends and family. Many of our students take advantage of our flexible repayment plans. Some also work full time and attend school part time in order to make their education more affordable.

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March 4, 2015

Interview with Jonathan Bautista, Atlanta Personal Trainer Program Graduate

By: Edie Morton

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Jonathan Bautista is a graduate of Atlanta School of Massage and the Atlanta Personal Trainer Program. Soon after graduating he joined Catalyst Fitness, Georgia’s one and only medically recognized Personal Training and Performance Enhancement facility. What inspired you to become a personal trainer and pursue a career in alternative healthcare? I grew up disliking the […]

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February 12, 2015

How I Decided to Become a Personal Trainer

By: Ebony Ricks

Ebony Ricks

If I could help restore strength in my client’s muscles then I wouldn’t have to work so hard as a massage therapist relieving all the pain. It made sense to become a personal trainer.

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It's where Atlanta School of Massage, Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics and Atlanta Personal Trainer Program
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Atlanta, GA 30338
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2 Dunwoody Park South, Suite 105
Atlanta, GA 30338
Phone: 770-454-7167