Spa massage

Sampler Class

Get a Feel for Spa Massage at No Cost
– June 22nd, 2015

Curious about Spa Massage? Wondering if a future in massage therapy is right for you? Join us for a FREE Spa Massage Sampler Class.

What: Spa Massage Sampler Class
Date: June 22nd, 2015
Time: 10 am – 12:30 pm
Location: NHI Studio City Campus – 10969 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604

Our sampler classes give you the opportunity to experience massage school at no cost. This is a fun, no-pressure event that gives you hands-on massage experience so you can see what it’s like to train and work as a massage therapist.

During your Spa Sampler, you’ll be introduced to hydrofriction, an intensive massage that uses salt grains and natural oils to cleanse and nourish the skin. You’ll also learn how to create and apply an aromatherapy salt scrub, paired with a hand or foot massage.

In addition to learning spa massage, you’ll get a chance to tour our campus, meet with students and working massage professionals and get answers to any questions you may have (including financial aid).

Complete the form on this page or call 818.540.6014 x 366 to reserve your spot.




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