ASIS Massage Education is pleased to announce they are getting ready to start new classes for the fall.
Online PR News – 07-September-2014 – Clarkdale, AZ – ASIS Massage Education is pleased to announce they are getting ready to start new classes for the fall. Individuals can sign up for classes in Clarkdale, which are scheduled to begin on September 4, 2014, or the classes in Tucson starting in October 2014.
With four campuses located throughout Arizona, ASIS Massage Education provides massage training to individuals interested in becoming massage therapists. Their courses are designed to teach students how to perform a variety of massage techniques, including Swedish massage, polarity therapy, Shiatsu, pregnancy massage, spa therapies, lymphatic drainage, sports massage and more. Their goal is to prepare every student for work in the field so they can provide these services to individuals who need them.
Their staff has the knowledge and skills needed to fully train their students to effectively perform a variety of massage techniques to best meet the needs of their clients. ASIS Massage Education strives to graduate competent therapists with an understanding of anatomy and physiology so they can provide the exact services their clients require, whether they are healing from an injury or simply want a way to relax away the stresses of life. Graduates of ASIS Massage Education are ready to enter the field right away.
Anyone who would like to learn about the upcoming classes can find out more by visiting the ASIS Massage Education website or by calling 1-928-639-3455.
About ASIS Massage Education: ASIS Massage Education is a massage therapist school with four locations throughout Arizona. Their goal is to train their students to perform a variety of massage techniques so they can help their clients relax and experience all the benefits massage can provide. They have trained therapists since 1995 and are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training, as well as licensed by the Arizona State Board of Private Post-Secondary Education and the Arizona State Board of Chiropractic. They also belong to several organizations. State licensing fees are included in the tuition.