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Getting ready for class:

  1. Don't forget to fill out the additional info form during your registration - it will have you read through the Training Agreement, have you fill out a Health Intake, list your massage license number, and sign off on other information we need prior to class.

  2. Read the FAQ's

  3. STUDY YOUR BONY LANDMARKS! These FasciAshi classes are heavy on the anatomy, so to keep up with the lingo, pull out your Trail Guide to the Body resources and start to study, recognize and PALPATE the topography of bones as well as the pathways of muscles.

  4. Tuition: Your remaining balance is due on the 1st day of class. Cash or check preferred, but cards accepted.

  5. Massage tables, pillows/bolsters provided - unless otherwise stated in an email from your instructor.

  6. Linen rentals available for $15 Scroll down to see what you need to bring to our classes, or rent sheets when you get there.

  7. What to wear? Something that breathes well, that you can move in. Not short shorts that are awkward during the seated parts of the material, and not long pants that drag on the client. Yoga clothes work great.

  8. Please do not arrive any earlier than 15 minutes prior to class- but do not be late!

  9. You are welcome to bring your breakfast and coffee with you, we start each morning off with a group discussion.

  10. Bring Snacks & Stay Hydrated! Mini-Fridge, water, and microwave onsite - space is limited in the mini-fridge so keep your portions to a daily size. This physical massage can work up your appetite!

Travel Plans

San Antonio Classes: Find our Location  -  maybe schedule a massage with Jeni's staff at Heeling Sole Barefoot Massage the days before or after class.

Free parking in the Carousel Court parking lot. Please do not park against the sidewalk/curb: save that for our massage clients and patrons of other businesses.

Dallas Classes: Find our Location - maybe schedule a massage with Hillary at Gaia Bodywork the days before or after class!

Albany, New York Classes: Find our Location at Dawn Dotson’s Barefoot Space in the Delmar area. Parking is in the back - enter through the back.


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For all classes, bring the following:

A holster that fits an 8oz massage pump.

Cleanable flip flops that aren’t worn outside - something you can sanitize between clients.

Foot sanitizer (diluted witch hazel, alcohol or tea tree/Thieves oil in a spray bottle, antibacterial gel – your choice)

Water bottle to refill

Soft pedicured feet with short nails!

Your massage linens - as explained below>>>>

Linen List for each class:

Fundamentals

  • 3 sets of linens - top & bottom sheets (twin works best- I have 35" tables in the classroom that typical massage warehouse sized sheets don't always fit)

  • 3 face cradle covers

  • 3 wash cloths or hand towels

  • 6 KING pillow cases

  • You will be provided with a FREE 8oz jar of PurePro cream to use in class - but feel free to bring your favorite lubricant.

Intermediate

  • 2 sets of linens- top & bottom sheets (twin works best - I have 35" tables in the classroom that typical massage warehouse sized sheets don't always fit)

  • 3 face cradle covers

  • 3 wash cloths or hand towels

  • 4 KING pillow cases

  • Your favorite lubricant. Less is more. I prefer something with a lot of grip like Beeswax.

ROM

  • 2 set of linens - top & bottom sheets (twin works best- I have 35" tables in the classroom that typical massage warehouse sized sheets don't always fit)

  • 2 face cradle covers

  • 2 wash cloths or hand towels

  • 4 KING pillow cases

Advanced

  • 3 sets of linens- top & bottom sheets (twin works best - I have 35" tables in the classroom that typical massage warehouse sized sheets don't always fit)

  • 3 face cradle covers

  • 3 wash cloths or hand towels for yourself

  • 6 KING pillow cases

  • Your favorite lubricant.


Fijian:

  • 2 sets of linens- top sheets (twin works best)

  • 2 face cradle covers