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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
红色.jpg Route to get your license 
红色.jpg Proud Member of American
红色.jpg Massage Therapy Association


  School Newspaper

If you think school newspaper is fast becoming extinct and old-fashioned, re-think. A school news paper can act as an integral to improve the quality of education in our institute. School newspaper provides a platform for our students to express their ideas and creativity. It helps to develop their critical thinking skills. Moreover, it can be instrumental in building peer-to-peer relationship, while shaping their perspectives, opinion and identity.

Our school newspaper, Wellness Research Post,  provides our students a healthy and quality environment that helps to develop their core skills. An internal newspaper is one of the mediums that we provide our students to ensure highest standards of education, both academic and extracurricular.

Here are top 8 reasons why having a print newspaper is a vital school activity for our students:

  1. Improves Creative Skills of Your Students – Having a school newspaper empowers our students to showcase their writing skills and voice their opinions. Since young minds are bubbling with fresh ideas, a newspaper is the best way to capture these in a creative manner.
  2. Builds Confidence – When our students get a platform to articulate their thoughts without any fear, it helps to build confidence in them. Participating in school newspaper makes them feel special. It adds great enthusiastic in them to present their skills.
  3. Boosts the Educational Process – Having students take part in debates, short stories, poetry, creative writing, etc. on our school newspaper can help facilitate the education process, nurturing their skills and honing them to gain better interest in academics.
  4. Offers a Better Understanding of Student’s Mindset – What and how our students express on a newspaper is a good way to judge what they have in their mind. In a scenario where the management is finding a solution to bridge the gap between the students and their faculty, school newspaper can play a pivotal role.
  5. Improves Communication – Student-run newspapers are a great way to build communication between all groups in the school. They come together, interact, brainstorm and ideate. And that helps improve association among each other.
  6. Helps to Identify Key Issues – School newspapers are often a good medium to identify various issues that would not be available otherwise. When we allow our students to voice fearlessly, they can come up with certain key areas that might need improvements or our attention.
  7. Builds Teamwork – Brainstorming and producing a school newspaper can provide our students with valuable experience in collaboration and teamwork that can go a long way in their lives.
  8. Market Our Program – We introduce our future massage therapists to gain connection with the community for possible future clientele. Like any other form of print media, it is a great platform to get advertisements from community businesses as well as provides the school an option to promote upcoming events, infrastructure and other campus facilities. This can help get sponsorships and donations from people who want to support.

Our current staff and writers for Wellness Research Post are as follows:


Draft producer: Andrea Hernandez

Layout designer: Holly Wolf; Eva Chen 

Research assistant: Eva Chen 


Holly Wolf; Andrea Hernandez; Racheal Smith; Nichelle Lynn; Eva Chen

Good News

Eligible students may have the opportunity to participate our study abroad program in summer with our sister school in china, Shandong Yida Acupuncture, Tuina and Chiropractic Training School.
Students who have awarded with the Certificate of Science for Healthcare Providers may enroll into courses in the field of Physiotherapist at Shandong Yida School. Online courses are available.

Address: 2222 Roosevelt Road kenosha WI 53143
Phone: 262-748-2852
E-mail: instituteofeastwestwellness@gmail.com