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Rebecca Ramirez de Arellano Receives the NHI 2018 Massage Therapy Ambassador AMTA Convention Scholarship

Sep 10, 2018

The NHI Massage Therapy Ambassador Scholarship covers the cost for one National Holistic Institute (NHI) senior or graduate to attend the annual American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) National Convention, providing the recipient with access to industry leaders, educational sessions, networking venues and hands-on experience with professional products. Rebecca Ramirez de Arellano, LMT, a 2015 graduate … Read More

3 Reasons Massage Therapy Is the Perfect Career for Dancers

Feb 28, 2018

National Holistic Institute Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy Program student Matthew Doolin has been a professional ballet dancer for over a decade and a certified massage therapist since July 2017. Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Matthew earned a bachelor’s degree in Dance Education from Indiana’s Butler University. Dance gave him the opportunity to travel the world as a performer and … Read More

MTAs Provide Sports Massage at NBA Champion Kevin Durant’s Fantasy Camp

Dec 22, 2017

NHI Emeryville Massage Therapy Ambassadors (MTAs) teamed up with ProCamps to provide sports massage to the participants at the Kevin Durant Inaugural Fantasy Basketball Experience from September 15 through 18.… Read More

NHI Instructors, Cynthia Ribeiro and Kirsten Staley on Massage Therapy Podcast, ‘How’s The Pressure?’ – Collaboration vs Referral

Oct 30, 2017

NHI instructors, Cynthia Ribeiro and Kirsten Staley, make the case on the “How’s The Pressure” podcast with Haley Winter on why you should work towards true collaboration and why it’s important to continue your medical education in order to help you better asses your clientele and move the massage therapy profession forward. Listen in.… Read More

NHI Instructors, Cynthia Ribeiro and Kirsten Staley Featured as Guest Speakers on Massage Therapy Podcast, ‘How’s The Pressure?’

Sep 6, 2017

Tune in and subscribe to ‘How’s The Pressure’ podcast to hear from NHI’s own experts and to participate in the continued expansion and integration occurring in today’s world of massage therapy.… Read More

Discover which Career Path in Massage Therapy is right for you

Apr 3, 2017

With so many cool settings and career paths to choose from as a massage therapist, do you know which career path in Massage Therapy would be your dream come true? Here are some questions to help you discover which career path in massage therapy is right for you: What type of clientele do you want … Read More

NHI Graduate & Scholarship Winner, Tobi Lessem Featured at the AMTA 2016 National Convention

Nov 29, 2016

The AMTA 2016 National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was an outstanding success and ranks as the largest convention in the AMTA history. The AMTA convention is where the massage therapy community advances the profession through continuing education, networking, and sharing the newest products. Each year key stakeholders in the industry attend the convention to support … Read More

Enhance Your Personal Training Career with Massage Therapy.

Jun 21, 2016

  Get the Skills to Be a Sports Massage Professional. If you’re ready to earn additional income on top of personal training, and enhance the services you provide to your clients, you owe it to yourself to consider your potential as a sports massage therapist. As a personal trainer you have the stamina, inquisitive mind, … Read More

Learn about Shiatsu Massage and What you can expect at an ‘Introduction to Shiatsu’ Event at NHI

May 24, 2016

The Background of Shiatsu:  Shiatsu is an important style of therapeutic massage. Shiatsu comes from Japan, and although it is a fairly new modality, it has its roots in the millennia-old traditions of Chinese Medicine. A good clue to understanding shiatsu is the name itself, which combines the characters for “finger” and pressure”. A simple … Read More

Manage Arthritis Pain with Massage Therapy

Jun 29, 2015

I want to tell you about the most memorable massage I’ve ever done – literally. By the time my grandmother was in her nineties, her short-term memory was pretty much shot. She could remember WW2 like it was yesterday, but a conversation five minutes ago would escape her completely. I knew she was approaching the end … Read More

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