Purchase both of these 30 minute DVDs and get $5.00 off the combined purchase price. Learn why these valuable spa treatments produce a beautiful result that is more than skin deep. Visit the individual DVD product pages for more details.
Spa services are among the fastest growing segment of the massage business. Scrubs and wraps not only cleanse and soften the skin, they also draw out impurities from within. These rituals, when administered by skilled and sensitive therapists can also be relaxing and soothing. If you are involved in the health and beauty industry this is a must have. No wet room or shower facilities are required.
Removes dead skin
Replenishes moisture and
softens the skin
Promotes deep relaxation
Jane Irving and Therese Jennings co-own and operate a successful massage and body treatment center on the sea coast of Maine. They are both members of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) as well as AMTA CEU providers, members of the NCBTMB, and Maine State licensed.
Jane graduated from Northeastern University in Boston with a BS in Therapeutic Recreation and she attended the Institute of Massage Therapy in Boston. She also studied massage with Ben Benjamin at the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge.
Therese graduated from Purdue University with a BS in business management and theatre arts. She is also a graduate of the American Institute of Massage Therapy and Sports Massage Training Institute in Costa Mesa, California.
"When we thought about creating some instructional programs, the idea was, “what don’t we want to do? What don’t we like about instructional DVDs?” We’re busy too; we realize that time is money so we’ve tried to make what we do as simple and easy to duplicate as possible. We tell you what products to use and how to use them. We show you how to prepare your workspace, how to handle your client and how to deal with the mud and scrubs. It doesn’t have to be messy or complicated because we guide you step by step through the process. You want to learn it, and you want to do it. And you want it to be simple." - Jane Irving