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Ann Arbor based Applied Fitness Solutions is looking for a full or part-time Licensed Massage Therapist.

Qualifications
Applicants should be licensed to work at a Massage Therapist in the state of Michigan, and must have attended an accredited Massage Therapy school.

Additionally, applicants should be comfortable and proficient with the following massage modalities:
• Neuromuscular Therapy
• Deep Tissue
• Myofascial Release
• Sports Massage

Applicants should also be able to demonstrate an understanding of anatomy, kinesiology, and orthopedic conditions.

Qualified candidates who are certified Yoga, Pilates, or Fitness Instructors are encouraged to apply.

Job Details
Compensation is based on experience and massage volume. The position is full-time for candidates who are willing to work in both our Ann Arbor and Plymouth locations. The full time position includes benefits, an education stipend, and paid time off. Flexible scheduling available, though weekend hours are required.

All required supplies (sheets, lotions, music) are provided.

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