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Who doesn't want to spend the day at a spa? As a massage therapist you get paid to be there! Life can be very good. The more skills you have, the more referrals and return clients you get. A diverse set of massage therapy skills will make you the most sought after therapist around!
Aquatic bodywork is a form of passive healing work intended to achieve profound levels of relaxation and healing in the client. This takes in one-on-one sessions, where the client is continuously supported while being back-floated while the therapist gently cradles, moves, stre..
You will be able to add this in-demand therapy to your treatment menu immediately after taking this class. Whether you work at a spa, a medical clinic or with private clients, you will definitely benefit from having the skills to provide foot reflexology treatments. Bec..
The most profitable service performed at many day spas is now available for you to learn. Lypossage is a non-invasive clinically proven massage technique that uses proprietary techniques to help your clients smooth their skin, flush toxins from their system, and actually im..
Traditional Thai Massage may be the most effective therapeutic bodywork that you will ever experience. It is a modern expression of a 2500+-year-old tradition of Oriental bodywork. Thai massage uses the whole body to treat the whole body. It is more energizing and..
What is Thai on the Table?
Many of our students love Traditional Thai massage or have heard about how effective it can be. However, not all therapists can perform a routine on a Thai mat on the floor and not all clients are able to get up and down from the floor to be able to recei..