How to give a great massage!
A half day massage workshop for total beginners
$199 per couple !
HURRY – LIMITED TIME ONLY ! Next workshop Saturday 3rd of June 2017
Always wanted to learn how to give a great neck, shoulder and back massage to your friends, family or partner? Here is your opportunity to learn all the essentials and some nifty tips from an experienced professional.
My one day massage workshop will cover everything you need to know in a friendly, small group environment in Auckland’s CBD.
Individuals and couples welcome, all materials provided for your massage lessons.
We sell out fast, book NOW
call 0800 100 368 or email email@example.com
Basic Anatomy of the shoulders, neck and back
Basic strokes explained
30 min massage routine
Hands on basics
Step by Step massage person 1
Swap step by step massage person 2
Q and A’s
Includes: Massage oils, towels and table for the day
Notes and instructions to take home
Max 4 couples per workshop
now special offer of only $199 per couple !
HURRY – LIMITED TIME ONLY ! Next workshop Saturday 3rd of June
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Do I need to have previous experience to attend this workshop?
A: No- this is an introduction for total beginners! All and everybody welcome.
Q: What time does the workshop start/ finish?
A: It slightly depends on numbers, but roughly 10am to 2pm (or 3pm) .
Q: Do we need to bring a partner ?
A: You are welcome to bring a partner and both join the workshop. If you are joining the workshop on your own, please be aware you will be paired with another person for you to practice on and for them to practice on. Thus far we have always found good matches.
Q: Do I get a qualification at the end?
A: No – this workshops is for totals beginners, who want to learn a new skill. If you are considering a professional career, please see the website of the New Zealand College of Massage www.massagecollege.ac.nz
Q: Do I need to bring a massage table, oil or towels ?
A: No – everything is provided!
Q: Is lunch provided ?
A: No, you are welcome to bring your own (there is a kitchen with a kettle, microwave etc:) or use the break to get some fresh air and enjoy one of the nearby eateries on Queen Street or the Viaduct.