Massage Clinics

As a part of our mas­sage ther­a­py pro­gram, we require the stu­dents to do a num­ber of mas­sages on the pub­lic. This gives the stu­dents the state-required prac­ti­cal expe­ri­ence they need before grad­u­a­tion. It also is a great way for the pub­lic to receive a mas­sage at a dis­count­ed rate.

Student Massage Clinic — Frequently Asked Questions

What is a student clinic?

field-work-imageBlue Sky School of Pro­fes­sion­al Mas­sage & Ther­a­peu­tic Body­work is a mas­sage ther­a­py school that has been grad­u­at­ing mas­sage stu­dents since 1985.

The Stu­dent Mas­sage Clin­ic is a teach­ing facil­i­ty. Mas­sages are per­formed by male and female stu­dents for edu­ca­tion­al pur­pos­es. They are stu­dents who have not grad­u­at­ed yet, but who have suc­cess­ful­ly com­plet­ed the Blue Sky require­ments to enter into stu­dent clin­ic. The pur­pose of the mas­sage is for stress reduc­tion, relief from mus­cu­lar ten­sion or spasm, or for increas­ing cir­cu­la­tion. The stu­dent mas­sage ther­a­pist does not diag­nose ill­ness, dis­ease, or any oth­er phys­i­cal or men­tal dis­or­der. As such, the stu­dent mas­sage ther­a­pist does not pre­scribe med­ical treat­ment or phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals. This mas­sage ses­sion is not a sub­sti­tute for med­ical exam­i­na­tions and/or diag­no­sis.

It is rec­om­mend­ed that the client see a physi­cian for any phys­i­cal ail­ments that they may have. The stu­dent mas­sage ther­a­pist needs to be aware of exist­ing phys­i­cal con­di­tions; there­fore, the client must state all of their known med­ical con­di­tions and will take it upon them­selves to keep the stu­dent mas­sage ther­a­pist updat­ed on their phys­i­cal health. There is no illic­it or sex­u­al­ly sug­ges­tive behav­ior, remarks, or advances tol­er­at­ed. It will result in the imme­di­ate ter­mi­na­tion of the ses­sion and liable for pay­ment of the sched­uled appoint­ment.

Since it is a teach­ing facil­i­ty, the client autho­rizes the fol­low­ing par­ties to have access to their infor­ma­tion: the stu­dent mas­sage ther­a­pist, clin­ic super­vi­sors, Blue Sky’s admin­is­tra­tive per­son­nel, Wis­con­sin Edu­ca­tion­al Approval Board, and oth­er accred­i­ta­tion agen­cies as request­ed by Blue Sky.

What is the schedule?

Stu­dent Train­ing Clin­ic:
The sched­ule at each of our two stu­dent train­ing clin­ics changes based on stu­dents sched­ules.  Cur­rent­ly in Grafton we have Mon­day after­noons and evenings and Tues­day morn­ings.  Cur­rent­ly for Green Bay we has Wednes­day morn­ing and after­noon appoint­ments.  These appoint­ments book up fast, so call ear­ly.  We are a train­ing facil­i­ty, so sched­ule is sub­ject to change with each class or every cou­ple months.

Pro­fes­sion­al Clin­ic:
Check our Pro­fes­sion­al Mas­sage Ther­a­pists page for their sched­ules.  Grafton pro­fes­sion­als Nick is Tues­day — Sat­ur­day, Lacey Fri­days and almost every oth­er Sat­ur­day.

To make an appoint­ment for our stu­dent train­ing clin­ic or Pro­fes­sion­al clin­ic call us at 262−376−1011.

Do you offer gift certificates for student clinic?

Yes, we offer gift cards.  They are refill­able, nev­er expire and are trans­fer­able to any­one you wish. You chose the dol­lar amount you wish to place on the card.  Cards can be used for Stu­dent Train­ing Clin­ic and Pro­fes­sion­al Ser­vices, Blue Sky Well­ness store pur­chas­es, Blue Sky class­es and sem­i­nars. Tips can not be added or deduct­ed from the cards.

When/how do I use gift certificates?

Call for a mas­sage appoint­ment. We issue a sched­ule of appoint­ments a month or two at a time. Regard­ing appoint­ment avail­abil­i­ty, please keep in mind, that the stu­dent train­ing clin­ic is a teach­ing facil­i­ty work­ing with stu­dents’ avail­abil­i­ty. At times, this can cause delays in pub­lish­ing the sched­ule or find­ing an open time/day that is ide­al for you. We try our very best to meet your needs. How­ev­er, we do ask that you be flex­i­ble with your choic­es.

What do I wear?

What­ev­er you feel is com­fort­able. Typ­i­cal­ly there is par­tial dis­rob­ing; how­ev­er the area not being worked on will be cov­ered with a sheet. i.e. work­ing on the back – the back would be exposed, how­ev­er the rest of the client is cov­ered with a sheet. It is also per­fect­ly accept­able for the client to wear shorts, tank top, etc, what­ev­er your com­fort lev­el is.

When do I arrive for my appointment?

If it is your first time at Blue Sky, you should arrive at least 10 – 15 min­utes before your sched­uled appoint­ment to fill out the nec­es­sary paper­work.

How do I make an appointment?

Con­tact the Grafton office!

  • Grafton: 262−376−1011
  • Green Bay: Appoint­ments arranged by call­ing our Grafton office 262−376−1011 Mon-Fri, loca­tion direct­ly at 920−489−2861 (dur­ing clin­ic hours)

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Grafton

1230 13th Avenue
Grafton, WI, 53024

Phone:
262−376−1011

Make an Appointment

Reg­u­lar: $40 for 1 hour
Seniors: $30 for 1 hour

An appoint­ment is required.

Phone:
262−376−1011

Green Bay

2670 South Ash­land Avenue
Suite 101
Green Bay, WI, 54304

NOTE: con­struc­tion on S.Ashland. Use Hansen Road to Ash­land Access Road.

Phone:
Call our Admin office at 262−376−1011 to book. Loca­tion direct­ly at 920−489−2861, only dur­ing clin­ic hours.

Make an Appointment

Reg­u­lar: $40 for 1 hour
Seniors: $30 for 1 hour

An appoint­ment is required.

Phone:
Calls tak­en Mon-Fri at 262−376−1011, 920−489−2861 only dur­ing clin­ic