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NHI’s updated Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy Program supports Interactive Distance Learning

May 5, 2021

While the pandemic has undoubtedly been a challenge for everyone in the Massage Therapy industry, it has also created a unique opportunity for us as educators to re-imagine ways to support our students to have the convenience and flexibility to train from home, while also receiving weekly supervised in-person support on campus. We have updated … Read More

“NHI became my sanctuary and my mentors and classmates became family.” – Brittany “Shon” Anderson, NHI Studio City Core & ANMT Program Graduate

Apr 22, 2021

National Holistic Institute’s mission of “Helping People Have Work They Love” is built upon a foundation of core values such as, “telling the truth with compassion” and “positive energy flowing.”  NHI Graduate Brittany “Shon” Anderson highlights a few other core values of, “providing safe space” and “building confidence, creating opportunity” in her inspiring story below. Shon … Read More

Sacramento Student Chris Poe shares how NHI has transformed his life, purpose and passion for helping others

Apr 13, 2021

At 49 years old, NHI Sacramento Student Chris Poe proves it’s never too late to pursue a career you love. Read all about Chris’ story below. I crossed paths with NHI via divine timing. This is the story of that. I’d been searching for a way to be of service to my community and fellow … Read More

NHI’s ANMT Program Founder & Manager, Cynthia Ribeiro to speak at 2021 AMTA California Chapter Conference

Apr 8, 2021

NHI’s own Cynthia Ribeiro has been announced as a presenter at the 2021 AMTA California Conference. This year’s conference will be entirely virtual and free of charge to all AMTA California Chapter members, including students. NHI is developing a process for current Core Program students to receive Externship Credit for attending the Conference. Cynthia is … Read More

Staff Spotlight | NHI Sacramento Instructor Alicia Priebe is an integral part of the learning process she once feared and avoided

Mar 18, 2021

Instructors know EVERYTHING, right? While this may appear to be true on the surface, the fact is, great instructors acknowledge they don’t know everything and are always learning, often times from their own students. Alicia Priebe, the focus of this Staff Spotlight, is an Instructor at our Sacramento Campus. Prior to that, she was a … Read More

NHI Studio City’s Emily Watts has work she LOVES as a graduate of the Core and ANMT Programs

Mar 9, 2021

Emily Watts is a graduate of NHI Studio City’s Core and Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy (ANMT) Programs. Read Emily’s testimonial below to learn how she now has work she loves! When I first decided to get into the career of massage I never thought it was going to be a great as it’s been, despite current … Read More

NHI Studio City Grad Walter “Jai” White has a multi-faceted career in Massage and Neuromuscular Therapy and NEVER stops learning

Feb 24, 2021

Walter “Jai” White is a graduate of both the Core and Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy (ANMT) Programs at NHI Studio City. Jai provides us with an account of his incredible story of how a camping trek turned into a mutli-faceted career in Massage and Neuromuscular Therapy and how he never stops learning. I am retired United … Read More

Staff Spotlight | Brenda Gonzalez | NHI Santa Ana Instructor & Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy Program Graduate

Nov 25, 2020

This Staff Spotlight is focused on Brenda Gonzalez, NHI Santa Ana Instructor and Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy (ANMT) Program Graduate. Read Brenda’s testimony about her journey to becoming an ANMT graduate and NHI instructor below. I always knew I didn’t want an “office” job, I wanted to interact with people, and constant movement was something I … Read More

Cynthia Ribeiro and NHI’s Advanced Program on Shoulder Rehabilitation and Massage

Sep 8, 2011

Over the weekend of August 20th NHI’s own Julie Porter and Esko Homsi assisted new AMTA president elect Cynthia Ribeiro, with a class on Shoulder Rehabilitation and Massage at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center in Prescott Arizona.

The event was an AMTA sponsored, 10 hour, continuing education class offered to the AMTA’s Arizona chapter members. The class consisted of trigger point work, several muscles involved with shoulder anatomy, assessment, and ample bodywork time.… Read More

KGO-TV Talks with NHI’s Tim Veitzer about the Medical Effects of Massage Therapy

Dec 9, 2010

On 12/7/10, KGO-TV featured interviews with NHI staff and many shots of the school’s Emeryville campus for Health Reporter Carolyn Johnson’s interesting piece about the medical benefits of massage therapy which aired on “ABC 7 News” throughout Northern California.
Check out the video segment!… Read More