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NHI EVENT

IN-PERSON | Sports Massage Sampler Class

Join us in person at our San Jose campus on Thursday, March 23rd, 4:00pm – 6:00pm for a complimentary Sports Massage sample class!

Experience what it’s like to be a student before you enroll! During this mini-class experience sampled directly from our curriculum, you’ll learn how to deliver sports massage at high endurance-type events. This class will be focused on sports-specific methods such as Trigger Point Therapy Massage and maintenance massage techniques to avoid injuries.

This is a great way to experience our teaching style, meet instructors, and see what it’s like to be a massage therapy student before starting classes. Our Admissions and Financial Aid team will also be available to provide information about our curriculum, upcoming schedules, and federal financial aid options.

Please note: This event is for prospective students to experience NHI before starting classes. Admissions will be available for questions on how to enroll.

**Start in our March or April core classes and get a Complimentary Massage Table with your enrollment!**

*At this time, we strongly encourage all students, staff, and visitors to wear a mask while on campus.*

CAMTC Approved | SCH0049

Space is limited. To sign up for this no-cost Sports Massage sample class for prospective students, please fill out the form below or text “Sports Massage” to 833-816-8561 to RSVP now!

Event:
IN-PERSON | Sports Massage Sampler Class
Date:
Mar 23, 2023 | 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location:
San Jose Campus
1530 Meridian Avenue
Suite 301
San Jose, CA 95125
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