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Wisconsin Institute of East-West Wellness, a local massage therapy post-secondary private career college, advocates learning, community service, leadership, and research in training professional massage therapists.
This massage therapy private career college provides you with a holistic training of natural wellness by integrating traditional Asian and European massage techniques into contemporary massage practice. We establish this school to help you become licensed massage therapists in Wisconsin. We also welcome professionals who need to strengthen their skills as massage therapists.

100% Passing Rate for National 
       Massage Exam
2014, 2015

红色.jpg Some instructors have Ph.D. or 
        doctorate degree in their fields

红色.jpg On-campus job opportunity
        available after graduation
红色.jpg Small class size, one-on-one
红色.jpg Continuing Education for
        Professional  massage
红色.jpg Most Affordable and Fastest
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红色.jpg Proud Member of American
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We are an approved private career college offering 20 courses and 18 various massage modalities.

We offer online, in-person, and hybrid classes.

Wisconsin Institute of East-West Wellness is passtionate in empowering each student to become qualified massage therapist in Wisconsin, Illinois, and other states by providing professional hands-on training in a supportive, diverse, professional, and ethical environment. Besides our rigorous training of both eastern and western techniques for professional massage therapists, we also offer the following certificates for healthcare professionals:

1.Certificate of Science for Healthcare Providers, 12 credits.

2.Certificate of Therapeutic Massage Skills for Healthcare Provides, 15 credits. 
   (available for high school students in our summer program)
3.Certificate of Natural Cure for Healthcare Providers, 12 credits.
Please email us for details at: instituteofeastwestwellness.gmail.com

Our students learn both Asian traditional and western massage techniques. Our instructors have a Ph.D. or Degree and they are either over 25 years teaching or licensed Therapeutic  massage therapy experience in this field. They are a business owner, Therapeutic massage therapy over 15 years, register Nurse, MBA and they have been worked at MSOE (Milwaukee School of Engineering), IV TECH Community College. Concordia University and etc.  Our program has 20 courses with 18 various massage modalities.

We teach students arthritis, severe headache, neck nodules, shoulder nodules, low back pain, reflexology, chest pain, abdominal pain and nausea, knee's pain, dizziness,  swelling legs, anxiety and depression, inflammatory bowel disease techniques, lymphatic drainage techniques to release whole body toxins, breast cancer techniques, hot stone massage, sports massage, infant massage, pregnant massage, cupping and Gusha, Meridian points massage, scar tissue massage and etc.

18 various massage modalities.

                             1. Chinese GUASHA
                             2. Chinese TUINA
                             3. Therapeutic massage
                             4. Deep tissue massage
                             5. scar tissue massage
                             6. Lymphatic drainage massage
                             7. Anxiety & Depression massage
                             8. IBD massage
                             9. Meridian points massage
                             10.Sports massage    
                             11.Infant massage
                             12.Pregnant massage    
                             15.Hot stone massage
                             16.swedish massage
                             17.Chinese head massage
                             18.Indian head massage
20 courses. (A Professor, Ph.D. teach those courses).   
1. Anatomy 
                             2. Physiology
                             3. Kinesiology
                             4. Pathology
                             5. Massage theory
                             6. Massage techniques
                             7. Business law
                             8. Ethics
                             9. Spa techniques
                             10.Clinical practice
                             11.Adult CPR/AED
                             12.Theories of Traditional Chinese wellness I
                             13.Theories of Traditional Chinese wellness II
                             14.Theories of Traditional Chinese wellness III
                             15.Foundation of massage therapy I
                             16.Foundation of massage therapy II
                             17.Theories of massage principles and techniques I
                             18.Theories of massage principles and techniques II
                             19.Standard first Aid
                             20.Traditional Chinese healing theory and practice


Waht's Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

Lymphatic massage is a gentle form of massage used to relieve painful swelling in your arms and legs caused by lymphedema. Lymphedema happens when your tissues retain fluid lest behind after your cardiovascular system sends blood to your tissues and breast cancer surgery. The remaining fluid is called lymph. your lymphatic system collects your lymph and returns is to your heart via network of lymph vessels and lymph nodes.
A massage therapist uses lymphatic drainage massage techniques to move lymph from your tissues to your lymph nodes, which eases the swelling in your tissues.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage cures Breast Cancer!!!


Is massage good for anxiety and depression?

Massage can lower stress levels and feelings of anxiety. It can improve mood and relaxation while increasing confidence and self-image. If you experience depression or anxiety, or are just overloaded with extra stress, massage can be an effective part of the treatment.

Our licensed massage therapists will assess your health condition and severity and adopt traditional Chinese acupressure points to lower stress and anxiety. For example,

Pressure point Extra-1 is also called Yin Tang. It is at the midpoint (the center) between your eyebrows (see Figure 1). Doing acupressure on this point can help with stress and anxiety.

Figure 1. The midpoint (the center) between eyebrows     Akupunkturtafel Chart 1 Tung's Extraordinary Acupuncture Points on the  regular channels - Koppensteiner, David: 9783902735157 - AbeBooks     Auricular acupuncture points using mustard seeds | Download Scientific  Diagram
Can massage help with Inflammatory Bowl Symptoms (IBS)?

For a majority of sufferers, IBS symptoms are aggravated by certain foods and stress. However, most experts agree that stress and food sensitivities do not cause irritable bowel syndrome. Despite its unidentified origins, IBS can be controlled largely with dietary adjustments and stress management.

For massage therapists, helping clients release stress typically has a dramatic effect on lessening unwanted intestinal symptoms. For this reason, a traditional relaxation-based Swedish massage lessens IBS severity in many people.

As a massage therapy school in Wisconsin, we are dedicated to fulfill the following objectives to help you meet your educational and professional needs:
1. We want to share with the community the history and value of traditional Asian natural wellness.
2. We want to promote internationalism and multiculturalism in natural wellness.
3. We offer in-depth, professional training that prepare you to become licensed, professional massage therapists in
4. We promote research literacy and maturity involving community health and wellness.
5. We want to improve your interpersonal and communication skills required for massage therapists.
6. We want to help you find employment and/or start your own business.
7. We want to provide Kenosha-Racine areas with professional, competent, and ethical massage therapists.
8. We want our faculty and staff to grow and develop professionally in natural wellness.
  Core values
Wisconsin Institute of East-West Wellness as a massage school in Kenosha values honesty, quality, diversity, perseverance, teamwork, respect, professionalism, and communication.
(1) Honesty: Be truthful and faithful to oneself and others.
(2) Quality: Achieve excellence in learning and practice.
(3) Diversity: Embrace different cultures and ethnic backgrounds.
(4) Perseverance: Refuse to give up despite hardships.
(5) Teamwork: Contribute and be productive in group settings.
(6) Respect: Treat each other kindly, fairly, and friendly.
(7) Professionalism: Maintain high standards of business conducts.
(8) Communication: Stay connected and open-minded with each other.
  School approval
We are approved private career college by WI State Approval Board.
Address: 2222 Roosevelt Road kenosha WI 53143
Phone: 262-748-2852
E-mail: instituteofeastwestwellness@gmail.com