Discover the body like never before

May 6th 10am - 3pm NHI San Jose Campus

Complementary Workshops – Anatomy, Chair Massage, Reflexology & More

Get a feel for massage training or advance your current skills with a full day of Complementary workshops on Wednesday May 6th at the National Holistic Institute (NHI) San Jose campus.

Learning about the body (and others) can help you to avoid injury, maintain good health and gain skills to offer wellness support to others in your life. NHI San Jose is pleased to be offering a full day of Complementary massage workshops on Wednesday, May 6th:

10:00am – 11:00am, Anatomy
The hip bone is connected to the leg bone, and more!
11:30am – 12:30pm, Chair Massage
Many of us spend almost all day in a chair. Learn how to make that chair be an oasis and not an ongoing pain.
1:00pm – 2:00pm, Exploring Career Opportunities
Massage therapy is a career rich in meaning as you are helping others to be healthy and happy every day.
2:30pm – 3:30pm, Reflexology
Appropriate pressure on your hands, feet or ears can help you feel better. Learn how.

Come to one, two or all of our workshops, whatever suits you best. Attendees will receive Pizza and refreshments as well as a goodie bag of massage products.

Four free classes, one day. Challenge accepted!

Call 408.678.9982 ext 302 OR ext 303 to RSVP today.

Talitha Ekama | San Jose Campus’s photo

What I love about NHI is that they offer a really great core program. The core program is the foundation of what you will grow into and become as a massage therapist, and it covers all of the things that you really need to know and be aware of as a massage therapist. They also have a 450 hour program and that is what really helped me get a leg up in the industry.

Talitha Ekama | San Jose Campus

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WHAT OUR GRADUATES SAY

“NHI had a full curriculum that I really enjoyed. I also really loved the campus – the campus was just beautiful. Because of my education at NHI, I was able to not only get a job as a massage therapist, but I actually ended up buying a spa right before I graduated. I had no intention of buying a spa but because the previous owner was looking to sell it and she knew I went to NHI she decided that I would be a good fit to purchase her spa.”
cheri_brown– Dianne Evans | San Jose Campus

WHY ACCREDITATION IS IMPORTANT

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  • A reliable indicator of quality
  • Approved program of study
  • Qualified instructors
  • Recognition by employers nationwide

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