Come Experience NHI
Complimentary Sampler Classes, Workshops & Open Houses
We admit it, we like to show off.
All NHI California Massage Therapy Schools host special events every month to share what we have to offer and create spaces for community, learning and fun to come together.
Check us out in person at an upcoming campus event near you. Get a feel for massage therapy training at a no-cost sampler class, workshop or open house. Sampler classes and workshops are typically up to three hours long and focus on a special area of interest. This format allows you an opportunity to receive treatments and learn hands-on from experienced massage therapy professionals. Examples of topics covered include:
- Intro to Swedish Massage
- Thai Massage
- Acupressure Massage
- Sports Massage
- Hot Stone Massage
- Shiatsu Massage
- Interactive Aromatherapy Sampler Class...And Much More!
Classes and workshops vary month-to-month and by campus. All NHI Events are complimentary and open to anyone interested in learning and expanding their understanding of massage therapy.
The best way to find out what’s coming up at the NHI Campus near you is to fill out the form.
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If you’re interested in learning more about careers in Massage Therapy and exploring whether NHI is right for you, fill out the form on this page.
Or if you prefer to speak to speak to a knowledgeable NHI Admissions Advisor, give us a call at 1-800-315-3552.
A helpful NHI Admissions Representative would be happy to answer any questions you have and help with everything from scheduling to financial aid.
"What I love about NHI is that they offer a really great Massage Therapy Training Program. The Massage Therapy Training 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."