FREE Demo Massage Class

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FREE Demo Massage Class

Time: June 20, 2014 from 6pm to 6:30pm
Location: FMEC 1081 E Main
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Phone: 541-482-3567
Event Type: class, training
Organized By: JoAnn Lewis
Latest Activity: Jun 16, 2014

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Event Description

FREE half hour Intro to our Massage Classes.

Come and explore the world of massage and understand how the home training can be used for YOU.

FOLLOWED by: New DROP-IN Massage Class for singles or pairs - 1 hour 30 min at 6:30 pm.

Feel free to take this class as many times as you would like with a family member or friend. Fun, enjoyable and relaxing instruction! Massage can improve the health of all systems. Learn together for a lifetime of massage.

Cost: $35. per person or $55. per pair

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