The Asian Wellness and Spa Academy (AWSA) through the leadership of its founding president, Benjamin Eugenio Jr, LMT, CIBTAC congratulates the new batch of blind and sighted massage therapy students who enrolled at AWSA's Coursework on Massage Therapy (CMT), a program geared towards preparing the students for the Department of Health (DOH) Massage Licensure Examinations.
On March 1, 2013, Mr Eugenio, upon the request of the blind massage therapists led by Mr Zaldy Tumapang of the VISMAR Massage Clinic, in coordination with Mr. Joseph Cayaoyao and Ms Floor Miguel, went to the City of Pines to introduce AWSA and its programs to an audience of more or less twenty persons. The venue of the said meeting was at the Silungan Center of the local DSWD office.
Most of the would-be students were happy to hear that AWSA offers a unique training program such as basic introduction to the concept Law of Attraction, the sure-fire way to pass the examinations, special sessions on Personality Development and much much more.
Aside from it regular class activities, AWSA encourage all its enrolled students to participate on the following: Program Orientation, National Coaching Day, Free Special Follow-up Classes and others.
For the Baguio massage enthusiasts, class shall commence on March 11, 2013 and shall end tentatively on April 15, 2013.
"Anyone who tops the AWSA national examinations shall enjoy total tuition reimbursement," Mr Eugenio says. "However, even if you do not land at the highest rank, one thing for sure, AWSA shall make sure that your new learning experience and knowledge gained during the Program, is something you shall be grateful for-always."