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NHI EVENT

Hands-On Hand Reflexology Sampler

*Due to the current state of our community, NHI has chosen to reschedule the original date of this event. See below for the schedule change.*

Join us for a hands-on opportunity to learn the benefits and techniques of Hand Reflexology. During this beginner-style class, you will get to learn some of the various points located on the hands and how they correspond to different parts of the body. Using special finger pressure on these points can aid in pain relief, digestion problems, help improve sleep, and increase overall mental and physical well-being. It also leads to overall relaxation and stress reduction.

You will also get a chance to meet with our Admissions and Financial Aid team to learn more about our curriculum, schedules, and financial aid options.

This sampler class will be held on Monday, November 18th from 10:00am-12:00pm.

This event will be held at our Santa Rosa Campus: 1221 Farmers Ln, Suite 100, Santa Rosa, CA. 95405.

***Enroll in November and receive $500.00 off tuition!

Attend this class, and receive an additional $500.00 off tuition!***

CAMTC Approved | SCH0045

There’s no cost to attend this event, but space is limited. To RSVP, text “Hands” to (707) 205-3144 or call Kelsie at (707) 639-4066 Ext.152. Feel free to bring a friend!

We look forward to assisting you with your goal of being a massage therapist in the near future!

Wishing you safety and peace in these trying times.

Event:
Hands-On Hand Reflexology Sampler
Date:
Nov 18, 2019 | 10:00am - 12:00pm
Location:
Santa Rosa Campus
1221 Farmers Lane, Suite 100
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
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