Mary Jo Majerus, B.A., C.M.T.
Mary Jo received her Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education from the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1975. While teaching Mason City, Iowa she discovered that she had an aptitude for massage. She moved to Philadelphia and graduated from The Massage Institute in Glendolyn, PA in 1979. After receiving her diploma she opened a private practice in her home in Philadelphia, PA. Over the past twenty-nine years she has had training in: Therapeutic Touch, from the Therapeutic Touch Center in Philadelphia, PA.; Trager Technique, from The Trager Institute in Princeton, NJ.; and Reflexology from the Minneapolis School of Massage in Minneapolis, MN. In 1987 she opened Healing Touch Therapeutic Massage Center in Rochester, MN. The name has since changed to Healing Touch Spalon.
Mary Jo Fibieger, B.A., C.P.A.
Jo graduated from the Minnesota State University in Mankato, MN in 1982 with a B.A. in Accounting. In 1991 she became a C.P.A. She worked in a private accounting firm until 1993 when she opened her own business. She assists students in arranging payment plans for tuition fees.
Mary Jo Battey, C.M.T.
Mary Jo graduated from the Boulder School of Massage Therapy in 1983 with 1250 hours. Since then she has practiced massage in Boulder, CO and Rochester, MN. Mary Jo has taught Massage Therapy in various schools in Colorado and Minnesota. She co-lead workshops in Colorado, Texas and Mexico. In 1989 she helped open a Massage School in Puerto Rico. Mary Jo has continued to pursue continuing education in the field including: Myofascial Release, Pregnancy Massage, Infant Massage, Reflexology and many others.
Randy Renken, Masters
Randy attended Rochester Community and Technical College and graduated with an Associates in Science Degree. He also attended Winona State University where he received his Bachelors Degree. And he received a Master's of Physical Therapy degree from the Mayo School of Health - Related Sciences. He is a teacher at Rochester Community and Technical College and Winona State University. He is also associated with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. He was nominated for Teacher of the Year at RCTC for the 2006-2007 school year.