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Started by Relax & Rejuvenate. Last reply by Relax & Rejuvenate Jul 21, 2010.

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Comment by Marjorie Brook on August 15, 2012 at 8:16am

Hello! This weekend's Lower Body Stretching Class in Bellmore NY is going to be a blast! We still have space so if you are free come join in on the Learning, Sharing and Laughter!

Remember New Yorker's as of Jan 2012 the State now requires you to take Continuing Education ...do not wait until the last minute and be forced to take what is available not what you are interested in!

Comment by Marjorie Brook on March 11, 2012 at 9:03pm

Hello New York LMTs! 
Just a reminder starting this year you need to take a minimum of 12 CEUs a year. So let's start it off with a great topic and loads of fun and sharing! 
But wait! we have not forgotten the rest of the Tri-State area!
PTs/LMTs/ATCs and trainers Oh My! Come one come all!
For more info visit
www.brookseminars.com

Comment by Body Biz Inc. on July 25, 2011 at 4:28pm

Hi,

 

My name is  Yaw. I'm the Program Coordinator for Body Biz Inc., a company that provides wellness services to businesses. I'm in the process of staffing in the New York area, specifically in NYC. I am looking to hire licensed massage therapists to staff these locations.

 

If you would be interested, please email me at bodybiz@bodybizinc.com and express your interest, share a bit of your background and we'll take it from there.

 

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

 

Ciao,

Yaw.

Comment by Relax & Rejuvenate on July 29, 2010 at 4:00pm
Job Fair for 3 Hotel Spas -- tell your friends

Hotel Spa Solutions will be conduting a Job Fair for Massage Therapists and Dual Licensed Massage Therapist/Estheticians. We currently have our Skin Care positions filled.

We operate 3 hotel spas -- InkSpa @ Ink48 Hotel, Spa @ Eventi at the new Eventi Hotel in Chelsea and the Wellness Spa at the Benjamin Hotel in Midtown East.

Our company also offers In-Room Massage services to 9 other partner hotels -- Kimpton Boutique Hotels, Affinia Hotels as well as the new W Hotel - Downtown

Come learn about our innovative company and unique business model.

We will be conducting two session of our job fair at our flagship spa - InkSpa (to be featured in the September issue of American Spa - http://www.ink48.com/new-york-spa-hotel/index.html)

Tuesday, August 3rd
InkSpa
48th Street & 11th Ave.
2nd floor

Sessions will be conducted at 11AM and 3PM, with same day interviews available for select pre-screened candidates.

Please submit your resume to be considered for a same-day interview, or bring your resume to the event to schedule an interview later in the week.

Our company offers Employee Status positions -- both FT and PT -- with competitive pay, full benefits package including health insurance for FT employees, discounts on hotel stays, meals at China Grill restaurants, 401(k) retirement plan, paid vacation and more.


Email to Jobs@relaxandrejuvenate.com
Comment by Marjorie Brook on June 10, 2010 at 12:54pm
Three day Active Isolated Stretching Lower Body Seminar
August 20- 22, 2010
Location: Feldenkrais Institue
Street: 134 26th Street
City/Town: New York, NY

Join International Instructor Marjorie Brook for a three day weekend focusing on stretching the Lower Body. This course centers on the physiological principles of specific muscle lengthening, the increasing of lymphatic and venous circulation to the tissue, lengthening of the superficial and deep fascia. The seminars involve exact details of how to safely lengthen muscles and fascia simultaneously maintaining a physiologically based agonist-antagonist relationship.

Seminars are 20% lectures and 80% hands-on work. Detailed approaches to each muscle surrounding a joint, various indications and contraindications related to diseases, injuries, joint replacements, osteoporosis and aging factors. Carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet, tendonitis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, back problems, neuropathy, and various sports medicine considerations are discussed and demonstrated during the seminars.

Special attention will paid to body mechanics and client cueing.

CEU: 22
Dates: Friday -Sunday 8/20-22/2010
Time: 9a-5p
Cost: $600 Early registration deadline 8/8/10
$650 after 8/9/10
Text & Stretching strap included.

Contact: Marjorie or Regina at 516-409-1240 marjorie@brookseminars.com
www.brookseminars.com
Comment by Relax & Rejuvenate on May 22, 2010 at 11:31am
FT & PT Job Opportunities - shifts available 7 days a week

Hotel Spa Solutions -- our NYC division - is opening two brand new, 3-treatment room spas on June 1. Our new partner hotels -- Ink48.com and EventiHotel.com have state of the art treatment rooms and the Kerstin Florian product line for massage, body care and skin care.

We currently operate the 3 treatment room Wellness Spa at the Benjamin Hotel as well, NYC's only Elemis spa. We provide in-room services at 8 other Kimpton and Affinia Hotels in the city -- tables and supplies stored on site, so you just have to bring yourself!

Therapists can work either or both of two roles:

* Spa Staff -- work 8 hour shift at a single spa facility taking scheduled appts and walk ins

* "Floater" -- working an 8 hours shift based at one of the spas, but able to be sent to the other spas or to do in-room treatments at other hotels. You go where the work is to maximize your ability to serve clients

All positions are as employees, not ICs.

Benefits available for fulltime.

If you are interested, or know someone who might be, please email resume to Jobs@RelaxAndRejuvenate.com
Comment by Marjorie Brook on April 28, 2010 at 8:02am
Hello Everyone.
I have a question for all of you. I am currently scouting locations for a series of classes. I have found that when the food is included and you do not have to go out teh class time flows better everyone seems happier. Which would you prefer a seminar that includes meals/break snacks/ coffe for a higher fee or just the seminar and food is up to you for a lower fee?
Comment by Shari Auth, LMT, L.Acu, NCBTMB on November 17, 2009 at 1:08pm
Hello New York Massage Therapists,
My new instructional massage DVD has been officially released. This 74 min DVD teaches how to give a full body massage using the forearms as the primary tool. To watch a preview, please go to my website at: shariauth.com/DVD.html or just go to shariauth.com and click DVD.
I hope this finds everyone well.
Peace and Love,
Shari
Comment by Shari Auth, LMT, L.Acu, NCBTMB on October 20, 2009 at 6:38pm
Cool. Look forward to it.
Comment by Franklin Miranda on October 20, 2009 at 5:46pm
Sounds good I'm not able to make it this month but do look forward to attending your workshop in the near future. I need to "save" my thumbs.
 

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