ASIS Massage Education Hosts Grand Opening Event to Celebrates New Campus


ASIS Massage Education is hosting a Grand Opening event at its Downtown Mesa campus on Monday, January 9th to celebrate the opening of its newest campus.
With established campuses in Tucson, Flagstaff and Prescott, ASIS is thrilled about joining the Mesa community, forging relationships with the city’s residents, and last but not least, becoming the latest addition to the up-and-coming neighborhood of Downtown Mesa.
The new campus is located on Main Street, steps from the Valley Metro Light Rail, making it both economical and convenient for commuter students, as well as Mesa locals looking to take advantage of inexpensive massage treatments at the campus’s Student Clinic.
Attendees will have a rewarding experience at the Grand Opening event, which features music and prizes from radio station 99.9 KEZ; free massages; giveaways, including massage gift certificates and massage oil kits; ASIS instructors and staff on hand to answer questions; and Mesa Mayor Joe Giles, who will be performing the ribbon-cutting, on hand as well.
ASIS Mesa Campus Director Steven Miller is especially thrilled about the contributions that ASIS can make to the city and its residents. “Mesa, and Downtown Mesa especially is an area plush with possibilities—which is perfectly in sync with the world of possibilities available to Mesa residents who enroll in and graduate from our school,” says Miller. “Plus, I am beyond fired up about contributing to the rejuvenation of the neighborhood.”
ASIS Massage Education prepares students for rewarding careers that are in high demand. In fact, in some areas, including Mesa, the demand for massage therapists far outweighs the supply. Now Mesa residents can take advantage of the new ASIS campus to earn an accredited education from a respected institution, an education that will provide them with countless opportunities for success.
ASIS offers both full and part-time programs for students interested in becoming massage therapists—a career that the US Department of Labor states is growing faster on average than any other career. The 750-hour program includes classroom work as well as participation in the Student Clinic for hands-on training and to meet licensure requirements. Students who complete the certification program graduate as state-licensed massage therapists. 

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ASIS Mesa Campus Grand Opening at 209 W Main Street, Mesa 85201 on January 9 @ 3 p.m.