Hoboken, NJ – June 18, 2008 – Cortiva Institute announces the move of its Pennsylvania campus back to King of Prussia, PA this July. The school was originally founded 26 years ago in King of Prussia.
The Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy was founded in 1982 in King of Prussia, PA by Mary Jo Myers and Victoria Ross. Through the use of massage therapy and holistic living, Victoria was able to assist Mary Jo in her fight with Lupus. They founded the school to fulfill their desire to share the gift of massage with all those that wanted to learn. In 2001, due to growth and expansion needs, the school moved to Oaks, Pennsylvania. Since 1982 the school has helped approximately 4,500 people start their journey towards a new career in massage therapy. Cortiva graduates have been successful working at hospitals, spas, health clubs, athletic teams, and in their own practices.
Today, the school is moving back to its original birth place; King of Prussia, PA. “As the school continues to grow, we needed a new home to accommodate our growth,” says Jeff Mann, President of Cortiva Institute – Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy. With brand new classrooms designed for the massage school experience, and a campus with many amenities such as a student resource center, lockers, student lounge, ample parking, easy access to public transportation, and Wi-Fi capabilities, the school hopes to give current and future students a great place to learn.
For more information about Cortiva’s new campus, visit www.cortiva.com/psmt.
About Cortiva Institute
Cortiva Institute is a national community of Massage Therapy Schools with 10 locations nationwide, offering full and part-time massage therapy instruction, continuing education courses, student clinics that are open to the public, and job placement services for graduates.
For more information about Cortiva Institute, visit www.cortiva.com.