As the Cayce/Reilly School of Massotherapy celebrates over 20 years as a leader in holistic education, wellness and healthcare, the mission of the massage school remains much the same: to provide a quality, comprehensive education in both the art and science of massage therapy.
The Cayce/Reilly School of Massotherapy prides itself on the uniqueness of its massage curriculum that draws upon the wealth of insights on holism, healing, and personal transformation contained in the Edgar Cayce material and the massage style born out of these concepts by physiotherapist, Harold J. Reilly.
It is the transpersonal element weaved throughout the program courses that makes the Cayce/Reilly School unique and different from other massage school trainings; the foundation of an "ideal" as Cayce described and the awareness of an intention to be a channel for health and healing in the service to others - this body/mind/spirit orientation toward health and healing makes the massage school stand apart from others.
Also, the Cayce/Reilly Massage - an "overall wellness" massage treatment that focuses on relaxing and coordinating the nervous system (as described in the Cayce readings), rotation of joints and limbs and the stimulation of the organs and glands, performed in a specific "routine" with specific choices of oils (as described in the Cayce readings), is truly the unique foundation of the program.
The staff and faculty of the Cayce/Reilly School are dedicated to providing a holistic educational environment of the highest standards, preparing students for a rewarding career in massage therapy. We view massage as a valuable and positive force that promotes health and supports personal growth, professional fulfillment, and spiritual awareness in the world. As we continually strive to offer students from every background and life experience the best educational program possible, the Cayce/Reilly School joins the A.R.E. in its mission to help people change their lives for the better through the ideas in the Edgar Cayce readings.
Since the school was granted a certificate to operate as a proprietary school in 1987, more than 1,100 students have graduated from the massage program and have received certification to practice as massage therapists. Many students have even chosen to enhance their massage education and have pursued studies in physical therapy, chiropractic care and as physicians of natural health.