Spa Sampler – NHI Sacramento

May 1st at 10am to 1pm

Enjoy a Complementary aromatherapy foot scrub paired with a relaxing hot stone leg & foot massage

Did you know that the average adult takes 4,000 to 6,000 steps per day? It’s no wonder so many people love to get a good foot massage! Our feet take a beating every day and it is important to take care of them, especially as we head into flip flop season!

If your feet need some care and attention, AND you’re interested in learning more about how to give a great foot massage, then NHI Sacramento has the perfect solution for you – the Spa Sampler Class on May 1st from 10am -1pm.

In this sampler class, you will receive a Complementary aromatherapy foot scrub & hot stone leg massage, with instruction. You can then take the skills you learn during this spa sampler to pay it forward and give a luxurious treatment to a friend or family member.

Who can hear “foot massage” and “free” without their ears perking up? Seriously!

Contact Erin Stutz at 916.568.6422 ext 130 to reserve your spot!




What our graduates say

“There are so many different pathways into choosing which field of massage therapy you would like to enter into. I had two interviews in one week and it was just exciting to know, “oh, which job can I choose from?” I was really able to get right into the massage field and get hired right away.”

– Rachel Lopez | Sacramento Campus


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