Can you be a part-time massage therapist whilst at uni? Watch

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Can you?
Is there any way to do this? I want to become a massage therapist and I am in year 13, however I am going to uni next year to study English Literature but I am thinking of trying to become a massage therapist so that I can do some part-time work to fund myself.
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Yeah of course you can - it's just finding the time to do it? Have you got experience doing it? I know there's a diploma for massage therapies and there's load of different areas such as sports etc
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Yeah of course you can - it's just finding the time to do it? Have you got experience doing it? I know there's a diploma for massage therapies and there's load of different areas such as sports etc
There is a qualification you have to do first, however I am not sure about the cost and time that is needed. I would ideally like to become one during the summer holidays, however I am not sure how much money it will cost me and how much time I need.
Hopefully someone might know. It seems like most people who go into massage therapy do it full-time, but I really really want to be a massage therapist, only part-time though. I have always given massages and it's the one thing I am naturally good at so I thought I might as well do something with it, make it CV-able and also my part-time source of income.
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