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5406 S 99th Street
Omaha, NE 68127

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OSMT is a 5717 square foot facility, located at 5406 S 99th Street Omaha, Nebraska 68127. While we do not have on-campus housing the school is within close proximity of many apartment complexes making it convenient to find housing close to the school.

The facility is comprised of a variety of areas. There are two instructional classrooms, eight private therapy rooms and 2 administrative offices. The massage clinic classroom is equipped with a variety of massage tables as well as massage chairs.

We maintain a reference library accessible to all students and alumni. Situated in the library are computers that students use for Internet research or for typing and printing papers for their classes. The library also provides books, pamphlets, videos and audiotapes pertaining to the field of massage and related subjects. Library materials may be checked out through the front desk.

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Our program focus is to teach and encourage natural and holistic health through massage and bodywork along with complimentary alternative therapies. Instruction provides a thorough working knowledge of various therapeutic massage and bodywork techniques, function/structure of the human body, and development of professional habits.

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