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ATTEND ONE OF OUR MASSAGE THERAPY OPEN HOUSE

Jan 28th, 29th & 31st

As we approach the end of January, we are hosting 3 back-to-back Massage Therapy Open Houses!

If you are interested, stop by and learn more about our newest academic program and how you can take the first steps in becoming a trained, licensed massage therapist. By attending our information session you will learn more about our hands-on classes, state-of-the-art equipment, and employment possibilities and opportunities available after graduation.

Also, don’t miss out on a complementary massage!

To participate, see the dates below and call us at 877-867-5327 to reserve your spot!

Details:
Massage Therapy Open House
81 Willoughby Street Brooklyn, NY 11201
Call to RSVP: 877-867-5327

Dates:
Wednesday, January 28th at 3pm
Thursday, January 29th at 5pm
Saturday, January 31st at 11am

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