Couples/Partners Massage Class

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Couples/Partners Massage Class

Time: February 1, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Location: FMEC
Street: 1081 E Main ST
City/Town: Ashland, Or
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Phone: 541-482-3567
Event Type: massage, class
Organized By: JoAnn Lewis
Latest Activity: Jan 2, 2012

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Event Description

Introducing a new format for our massage class broken down weekly.  In the Fourth Week we will focus on a body back routine.  It is $35 per week or $135 for 5 weeks.

Relax, improve communication and your health, reduce pain and discomforts!  Open to all partners, including friends, family, moms/daughters, co-workers, etcetera. You and your partner will learn to exchange massages, improve communication and have fun.

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