TLC Massage School Admissions Department

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The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School and Clinic offers 2 Massage Therapy Programs to help you on your journey to becoming a successful Massage Therapist - The 500 Hour Program and the 250 Hour Advanced Program. For more information regarding our Advanced Program click HERE

The 500 Hour Program for State Licensing at Lauterstein-Conway gives you the skills to be a successful massage therapist. It provides a solid and enterprising education in both the theory and practice of massage therapy. This Program meets the 500 hours required by the Texas Department of State Health Services, but covers more than some 1,000 Hour programs, and will prepare students to take the MBLEX.

The TLC Student pass rate for the state licensing exam MBLEX is 83.9%, surpassing both the State and National average.

The evolution of our 500-hour program after 27 years of refinement has resulted in a an extensive curriculum which covers a wide range of modalities: Swedish massage, Sports massage, Deep Tissue, Pregnancy massage, Chair massage, Orthopedic massage, Deep Massage - Lauterstein Method and more. To see the full list of modalities with descriptions click the 'Curriculum' link below.

The 500 Hour Program allows students to complete the requirements for licensure in as little as six to twelve months. Depending on the schedule chosen, you can be licensed and starting your new career in less than a year!

Choose The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School to Receive the Highest Caliber of Education in a Growing Field.

The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School is also the only school in Texas providing Advanced Programs
leading to Certification in Deep Massage, Orthopedic Assessment and Massage, and Zero Balancing®.


The Texas Department of State Health Services and the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services approve all Lauterstein-Conway Massage School 500 hr programs. Additionally, The Texas Veterans Commission approves Lauterstein Conway to train veterans.

Massage as a Career

There are so many doors open to Massage Therapists. Depending on their interests, they can choose a from a variety of career paths. 


  • Own Your Own Business as a sole practitioner


  • Athletic Teams
  • Marathons & Sporting Events
  • Health Clubs & Fitness Centers


  • Wellness Centers
  • Natural Food & Health Stores
  • Rehabilitation Centers
  • Massage Clinics


  • Corporate
  • Hospitals
  • Medical Offices
  • Chiropractic
  • Physical Therapy

 Spas & Resorts

  • Spas
  • Upscale & Boutique Hotels and Resorts
  • Cruise Lines