Admissions

The admissions process is easy. Use the following links to find out more about our schedule, tuition and loan program. Contact us to receive an Admissions Packet which includes a catalog of course descriptions, logistical information about our program and an application. If you are interested in our Loan Program, please let us know at this time, so that we can schedule an appointment to discuss your needs. All loans must be arranged and scheduled before the first day of class.

Once you decide to study Soma Neuromuscular Integration® with us, send your completed application with the $100 (for Training or Foundation) or $200 (for both programs) non-refundable registration fee. If accepted to our program, upon receipt of your application we will contact you with more information, finalize your Loan if needed and send you a supplies list and final schedule.

We look forward to having you join the Soma community!

“What better place to learn this holistic form of bodywork than in a yurt, on a farm, surrounded by chicken, goats and cows. The program is relatively short- just 9 months- but it’s full-immersion atmosphere and unparalleled student-teacher ratio allows students to absorb so many valuable experiences and so much information. I cherished my weekends away from the city, able to concentrate completely on the work. Upon graduating, I feel ready to start my own practice and I can’t imagine having studied anywhere else. The diversity of instructors, class structure, lessons and teaching styles further added to the holistic education experience.”

— K. W. Class of Spring 2016

 

Select programs of study at Soma Institute of Neuromuscular Integration® are approved by the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board’s State Approving Agency (WTECB/SAA) for enrollment of those eligible to receive benefits under Title 38 and Title 10, USC.

 

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