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Emeryville Massage Therapy School

Jeanette Ching — Campus Manager, NHI Emeryville’s photo

Welcome to National Holistic Institute in Emeryville, California! As an alumna of the Emeryville campus I share a special connection with this school. I learned  so much about not only massage and the human body, but about myself.  I love sharing my passion to help others find work they love, and welcome you to join our wonderful community.

Jeanette Ching — Campus Manager, NHI Emeryville

Student and Campus Life

NHI Emeryville is the flagship campus, located in a quaint neighborhood filled with businesses and homes, old warehouses converted into lofts and offices, lots of quality restaurants and cafes, beautiful parks on nearly every block, and a community garden just across the street from our main entrance.

During lunch time, food trucks line the street at a grassy park just one block away, and a few sometimes even come right to campus.

We are located just minutes away from San Francisco. Temperatures generally range from 40-60 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter, and 60-90 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer.

Students in the massage training program at NHI Emeryville are able to participate in and attend many events held on and off campus, including: Advanced Program Sampler classes; expert panels featuring massage industry professionals; performing massage at marathons and other sports events with the NHI Sports Massage Team; grad & alumni nights; hiring events with employers like Burke Williams and Massage Envy; and many more.

If you’re interested in learning more about the NHI Emeryville massage therapy school and what it’s like to be a student here, contact an Admissions Advisor to schedule a tour.

Places of Interest in the SF Bay Area

  • Explore popular North Beach, Chinatown, Golden Gate Park, Pier 39 and Fisherman’s Wharf, all within the 7-mile by 7-mile square city of San Francisco
  • Visit the amusement and water parks, including California’s Great America, Raging Waters, and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
  • Tour historical sites such as Eugene O’Neill’s Tao House, the Winchester Mystery House, Alcatraz, Muir Woods, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the U.S.S. Hornet
  • Experience the rich and culturally-diverse museums in the Bay Area with options like the deYoung, Exploratorium, MoMa, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, MoAD, and many more
  • Catch a foul ball at a San Francisco Giants or Oakland Athletics game; tailgate at a San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders football game; watch a San Jose Sharks game come to blows on the ice; await an exciting three-point basket at a Golden State Warriors game; and prepare for World Cup fever at a San Jose Earthquakes game.
  • Check out the vast Bay Area music scene ranging from famous rock venues like The Fillmore in San Francisco, Berkeley’s Greek Theatre and The Fox Theatre in Oakland, to world-class opera at the War Memorial Opera House and classical compositions performed by the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall.
  • Go wine tasting and enjoy some fine dining in the world-famous Napa and Sonoma Valleys.
  • Take a little road trip to the rugged beaches and coastal cities of Santa Cruz, Pescadero, Carmel, Mendocino, Monterey and Big Sur
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Emeryville Massage Therapy School Campus