Caroline Fox Guerin, LMT, MTI
Laurel School of Massage is a proprietary educational institution licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) and dedicated to excellence in education. We educate our students by awakening their natural learning process in a safe, fun and supportive environment so they may become creative, successful and effective body workers for the highest good of all concerned. Students will learn to assist the body to adapt as the human consciousness heals, transforms and uplifts.
An education at Laurel affords the student the opportunity to expand their personal horizons and to experience through their training, a personal growth as they explore the human body and the techniques of massage therapy.
Have a question call the school owner, Caroline, directly at 832-969-0040.
PHILOSOPHY AND MISSION
The Laurel School of Massage is a sole proprietorship, 100% Woman-Owned Business operated exclusively by Caroline Fox Guerin, the School Director. The school has been approved and is regulated by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) to operate as a licensed massage therapy school. State of Texas approval was granted on October 11, 2012 - Massage School License MS #1042.
The Laurel School of Massage strives to provide the public with the opportunity to learn through our education facility the art and science of massage therapy with the ultimate goal of providing the student with the skills and knowledge necessary for obtaining national and state licensing approvals. The art of massage therapy allows the practitioner to not only experience a feeling of accomplishment but also to help their clients to better enjoy their lives. Laurel School of Massage’s teachers through our programs are committed to helping their students achieve excellence in massage therapy skills and ultimately to be the very best that they can be.
OUR PROGRAM DEFINED
The purpose of the Laurel School of Massage 500-Hour State of Texas training program is to prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary to apply to become a licensed massage therapist in Texas. A graduating student must pass a national or Texas State examination, the MBLEx. The Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards governs and administers the Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx). It serves the massage therapy and regulatory communities as the national entry-level licensure examination. The MBLEx is currently utilized for licensure in 46 of 49 regulated jurisdictions. These include the District of Columbia and the territories of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Passing the MBLEx or the Texas State examination does NOT qualify someone to practice massage in Texas, it merely meets one of the requirements for licensure. A person who has graduated from massage therapy school and passed the MBLEx or the Texas State examination must apply for and be granted licensure prior to practicing massage therapy, for compensation, on the public. The course of study at Laurel School of Massage will provide a strong background in the theory and practice of massage. The 5-Day per week morning program length is approximately 5 months and the 3-Day per week evening program length is approximately 10-1/2 months. The Evening Program is not currently available. If interested, please contact Caroline at 832-060-0040. These projected timelines include the time necessary to complete internship. Ample time will be provided for the students to perform their internship whereby completing the entire course of study.
Caroline Fox Guerin - School Director – LMT 107072, MTI 2550 (Instructor)
Caroline is a 2006 graduate of A New Beginning School of Massage in Austin, Texas. Continuing education has been a major pursuit throughout her massage career, and she continues to expand her massage techniques and knowledge. Other certificates obtained include hydrotherapy, aromatherapy, hot stone massage, cupping, ayurvedic massage and advanced facial massage. Caroline appreciates the knowledge imparted by the many teachers and practitioners that have shared their experiences with her and they have been an inspiration to her. In November 2017 she was appointed for a six-year term to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) Massage Therapy Advisory Board. Caroline has also served on several Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards’ (FSMTB) committees, including Standards Committee (Member) 2017, Strategic Planning (Member) 2021, and The Examination Committee (Chairperson) 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022. In 2022 Caroline was appointed to the FSMTB Board of Directors. Caroline has a passion for massage that is evident in all phases of her life and career.