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5406 S 99th Street
Omaha, NE 68127

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Steve Carper, MBA, BS, LMT

SCHOOL DIRECTOR

Steve received his MBA degree from Herzing University in 2017 and a Bachelor degree in Biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 1995. He also attended and graduated from the Omaha School of Massage Therapy in 1996 which launched his long career with the school. During the last 22 years, Steve has served in every function of OSMT. From his initial position as an administrative assistant to now the School Director Steve has gained vital experience in all aspects of the business operations.

Lindsey Carper, LMT

OWNER

Lindsey graduated from OSMT in 2000. For the past 14 years Lindsey has owned and operated Oasis Massage and Spa located on 132nd and Dodge street. Her real-world experience in starting and maintaining a massage clinic provides insight on the type of skills students need to master to be successful therapists.

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your career in massage therapy awaits

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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Apr 6 20

Facebook - Even when you're typing

Even when you’re typing away from your laptop indoors, you shouldn’t shy away from wearing sunscreen. Even though glass protects against many harmful UV rays, it does so unevenly. Getting in a habit of applying sunscreen will protect your skin from burning as well as early aging. Read more

Apr 3 20

Facebook - An often overlooked area of

An often overlooked area of the body during traditional massages are the hands. After a long week of typing on your computer, a hand massage can be just the thing you need. Read more

Apr 2 20

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When you’re feeling a little overwhelmed, don’t forget to breath. Take a 15-minute break from work, go to a peaceful spot in your home, and slowly breathe in and out. Focusing on your physical and emotional health couldn’t be more important, so let us know if we can help. Read more