5.23.2014

Congrats To Our Massage Students Graduating With Honors!


We’ll be featuring the students who are graduating with honors from each program within the past year on our blog beginning with our massage therapy program!

Tracy Moeller, education director at WellSpring, said, “We’re extremely proud of all of the WellSpring students who are graduating this semester and in the past year. They’ve worked hard to achieve these honors and are an inspiration to all.”

Check out these amazing massage grads and their academic achievements below-

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WellSpring massage therapy students.

Linda Penfield
1302KMEM, massage, 4.0, personal achievement award recipient, academic achievement award recipient.

Myra Slankard
1302KMDT, massage, 4.0, academic achievement award recipient.

Kim Rash
1302KMDT, massage, 4.0.

Cheryl Coon
1305KMDM, massage, 4.0, and a teaching assistant at WellSpring.

Minna Dennis
1209KMDT, massage, 4.0, academic achievement award and personal achievement award recipient. She’s employed by WellSpring as a licensed massage therapist.

Suzanne Gregg
1209KMDT, 4.0, academic achievement award recipient.

Cynthia Postlewait
1209KMDT, 4.0, academic achievement award recipient.

Mary Mignano
1209KMDT, 4.0, massage, academic achievement award recipient.

Kevin Timbers
1210KMET, massage, 4.0, academic achievement award recipient.

Congratulations!


WellSpring Earns Massage Envy Spa’s 2013 Excellence In Education Award


WellSpring School of Allied Health is excited to announce that we were a recipient of Massage Envy Spa’s 2013 Excellence In Education Award! According to Massage Envy Spa, this prestigious award was designed to honor best-in-class massage and esthetic education schools.



Don Farquharson, president of WellSpring, said, “We are very proud to have earned this fantastic honor. This award showcases WellSpring’s commitment to providing high quality massage and wellness education to our students. We’d like to thank all of our faculty and students for their hard work and dedication to the WellSpring community.”

The Massage Envy Spa selection committee based their choices on the following criteria:
  • Educational program and curriculum
  • Level of student and graduate support
  • Involvement with the industry, regionally and nationally
  • Performance metrics such as completion numbers, placement numbers and graduate feedback/satisfaction
  • Other outstanding achievements and/or recognition from accrediting agencies, industry associations, etc.