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ELECTIVE SCHEDULE IRENE'S MYOMASSOLOGY INSTITUTE 26061 Franklin Road Southfield, MI 48033 (248)350-1400 FAX (248)350-8068

2/13/10 (5:49AM)

Anyone is welcome to attend these classes. However, those marked with * require a minimum of 12 hands-on classes or prior massage training. Material fees must be paid upon enrollment. Required books must be purchased prior to class. Bring a sheet and towel for bodywork classes! Required elective hours are included in tuition for all full time students. There is a $10.00 administrative fee charged per class for canceling or changing any elective. A student may not attend any portion of an elective, without attending the first day. If a student is absent for an elective without providing five day prior notice, a $25.00 administrative fee is charged for classes up to 16 hours, and a $50.00 administrative fee for classes over 16 hours. Class Fees for Non-current Students 4 Hours 8 Hours 12 Hours 2010 2011 10 $78 $82 $156 $164 $234 $246 For Non-current Students, full payment for the class plus any additional charges is required for registration. This is refundable less the $10.00 fee, with five day prior notice. If a student is absent without five day prior notice, the above administrative fees apply.

16 $312 $328

20 Hours $390 $410

$ Per Hour $19.50 $20.50

February 2010 6 *TMJ Dysfunction Saturday 9:00-1:00 4 Hours -bring a sheet and pillow 6 *Addressing Plantar Fasciitis Saturday 2:00-6:00 4 Hours -bring a sheet and pillow 6&7 Foot Reflexology Saturday&Sunday 9:30-5:30 16 Hours -bring hand towel, sheet, colored pencils or markers 6&7 *Hot Rocks Saturday&Sunday 9:30-5:30 16 Hours - bring two flat sheets and beach towel for massage 13 Aligning Chakras Saturday 9:00-1:00 4 Hours 13 Crystal Healing Saturday 2:00-6:00 4 Hours -bring a quilt or beach towel to class 13 Spa Treatments Saturday 9:00-5:00 8 Hours -bring two…...

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