Falls Church, VA, September 21, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- The National Massage Therapy Institute is pleased to announce the completion of construction on 4,500 square feet of brand new space at its Falls Church, Virginia campus. The space includes new classrooms, bodywork labs and offices for the school’s massage therapy students and faculty. For more information on the campus please visit www.StudyMassage.com or attend the open house on Saturday, September 23rd, 2006.
“This space will allow us to better serve our students,” said NMTI Executive Director Bob Cappel. “They’ll now have more room and better equipment to help them study massage therapy in a comfortable, professional environment. NMTI will be in an even better position to teach the art and science of massage to students of all ages and backgrounds.”
NMTI will be putting the new space on display for the first time on Saturday, September 23rd in an open house for prospective students, alumni and members of the community. All are invited to enjoy tours, refreshments and complimentary chair massages from NMTI students.
Call 888-333-0422 to learn more about NMTI and RSVP for the open house.
The National Massage Therapy Institute is one of the country’s leading massage therapy education providers. A caring staff instructs students in leading massage modalities as well as anatomy, physiology and business management. NMTI is accredited by the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA) and has five campuses: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Falls Church, Virginia, Turnersville, New Jersey, Egg Harbor, New Jersey and Wilmington, Delaware. Title IV federal financial aid is available for qualified applicants.