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PICK UP OUR CATALOG

November 19th, 2013

Pick up a catalog!! It’s not at comforting as all of the treatments you’ll receive while going through our program but it can help. Pick up one or two for you and anyone who you think might be sincerely interested in a massage therapy program like ours. You can also  download one here (7mb download). [...]

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Natural Remedy Store & Student Clinic

July 14th, 2011

Come and visit our Natural Remedy Store which we keep stocked with high quality products that assist us in having a closer relationship with health and balance. Here’s a short list of what we carry: Herbal Tinctures Flower Remedies Chinese Patent Formulas Essential Essence Formulas & Oils Homeopathic Remedies Green Healing Clay Massage tables & [...]

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40 Years and Counting!!

July 11th, 2011

  The New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics is celebrating 40 years of Massage Therapy and Natural Therapeutics instruction. It all started in the basement of C. David Tinkle as The New Mexico School of Massage. Massage Therapy, Anatomy & Physiology, and stretching techniques made up the program’s curriculum. Today NMSNT has graduates all over [...]

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NEXT UP!! Morning Program

March 29th, 2011

  UP NEXT!! Our part time Morning Program begins October 17, 2017 This is one of our more popular programs. The 9am-12pm class schedule works well for parents whose children are in school or anyone who has an evening work schedule. Our part time programs are also great for people who need more time digesting [...]

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Continuing Education + Workshops Are Open to the Public

October 28th, 2010

Our Continuing Education & Workshops are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC and may be taken by anyone looking to learn, explore, and generally increase their knowledge base.

Our facility has anatomical models, books, charts, videos, and knowledgeable instructors that help participants receive a more complete understanding of the knowledge being discussed in class.

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Plant Based Philosophy

August 12th, 2010

The New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics recognizes the importance of a plant based diet as being a major contributor to a healthy lifestyle. We see a greater need for high trace mineral intake, as opposed to a high animal protein diet, to enhance body function and it’s own ability to heal. In order to live [...]

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The Astonishing Story of Dr. Randolph Stone

March 23rd, 2010

On 26th February 1890, a boy was born in Engelsberg, Austria, the youngest of six Roman Catholic children. His name was Rudolf Bautsch, (later to become Randolph Stone). He didn’t cry. He didn’t move. So everyone thought he’d been born dead. They tried to get baby Rudolf to breathe, but in vain. Funeral candles were [...]

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A Short History of Nature Cure and Natural Therapeutics

March 23rd, 2010

The use of nature for healing began in the dawn of human history. Primitive peoples thought that illness was a form of punishment sent by the gods. They performed ceremonies to placate the gods so that their suffering would be removed. Eventually, gifted individuals turned to nature for answers.

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