ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The Antigua Institute of Massage and Esthetics (Touch Therapies) has highlighted the potential of Antigua & Barbuda to be the venue for an international training school for individuals interested in the healing practice.
Touch Therapies announced on Monday that it has received accreditation from the UK-based, International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC) to administer studies after a rigorous two year process.
According to the ITEC website, the company can now offer diplomas in Spa Therapy, Beauty Therapy, Holistic Massage, Stone Therapy Massage and Counseling Skills.
“I would like to educate as many people that need to be educated,” said Touch Therapies SPA Manager Karen Grannum.
She said Antigua & Barbuda was well placed to host an international school for massage therapy adding that her organisation has already been receiving feed-back from individuals wanting to study here.
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