Do you need to refresh your FasciAshi skills? Did you know you can join a class when there's an extra spot open? Hillary is now offering the chance to take one, two, or all three days (for Fundamentals) in a workshop and pay just $125 each day.
You must have completed the course in the past to have this option.
How do You take advantage of this opportunity?
Step One: Email Hillary within two weeks of your preferred course date to see if it is open for refresher students.
Step Two: Confirm with Hillary by paying the $125/day fee.
Step Three: Revisit our class policies and find your course materials. You'll want to dig out your manual and come prepared so you can get the most out of your refresher. This option does not include the manual but you may order a replacement for $50.
Additionally, Hillary offers private instruction for students who want extra one-on-one help. This option is a three-hour session where we work on polishing up your body mechanics, and skills, and answer questions specific to YOU. The first hour and a half is devoted to relearning each stroke. We spend 30 minutes talking about the goals that you've submitted. I work on you for 30 minutes allowing you to feel the strokes of your choice. We end with you practicing two or three strokes on me for direct feedback. You'll leave with a written feedback form and confidence to go forth in your massage practice or take that next class. Many students choose this option the day before a new workshop or make time to travel in for the day. You may also bring a friend to work on during the first hour and a half.
How do you sign up for private training?
Step One: Contact Hillary to set up a session.
Step Two: Pay the fee to hold your spot. This fee is Hillary's hourly rate and is subject to change. Please contact her for the most recent rate.
Step Three: Reflect and set one to two goals for your private lesson. Find your manual and class materials.
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