We sin­cerely believe that the ideal way to learn the “art” of mas­sage is when the train­ing process has a con­stant and unin­ter­rupted flow. With­out long peri­ods of inter­rup­tions and end­less week­day (back to real­ity) breaks.

The reason why we chose to teach the “Chair Massage” course on weekends is because it’s a very short course and it only lasts a few hours; therefore a weekend seems like the perfect schedule and the natural thing to do.

As a “money gen­er­at­ing” prac­tice, we would ben­e­fit greatly, if we have chosen to teach our longer (30 hours) courses during weekends. Most people don’t work on weekends and YES we would be busier. The period of time which lies between two week­ends though can cause “black­outs” and there­fore, it is for granted that every day that goes by will be more than an obsta­cle, than a con­ve­nience. We’ve seen our work in action, and we have prepared many successful students.

As our stu­dents, you will def­i­nitely receive a return on your invest­ment in no time. You will leave from us with “tools” that will guar­an­tee a suc­cess­ful career. You will learn modal­i­ties ready to prac­tice. Noth­ing con­fus­ing, noth­ing point­less. You will know how to assess your clients, how to pro­ceed with your prac­tice, where to start from and where to end your ses­sion. Per­haps this seems obvi­ous to you, but unfor­tu­nately for some instruc­tors, these “details” are not worth their attention.

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