Raizelah Bayen Approved to Offer Continuing Education Courses

Senior massage supervisor at Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary (Freestone, CA), Raizelah Bayen, is now approved by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) to offer Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in massage and aromatherapy. “Massage and aromatherapy trainings previously offered by our training director, Raizelah Bayen, to our staff at Osmosis are now open to the public at large,” says owner and founder Michael Stusser. The trainings provide massage therapists the opportunity to enhance their skills and receive continuing education credits. Upcoming courses include Body Mechanics for Bodyworkers on May 10 and Foot Reflexology for Everyone on June 5 and 6.

Bayen has lead Osmosis’s team of 35 massage therapists for more than three years and has more than 15 years of teaching experience in state-approved massage certification programs. She has offered classes in Body Mechanics for Bodyworkers, Table Thai Massage, Table Shiatsu, Pregnancy Massage, Sports Massage, and Lymphatic Drainage Massage. “Osmosis’ training director, Bayen, is available to bring on-site professional development workshops to other spas, designed to broaden and deepen the spa staff's skills,” says Stusser. Bayen also developed the Osmosis Essential Meridian Massage, which combines a T’ui Na Chinese Meridian Massage with Essential Acupressure, and the Osmosis Fusion Massage. Osmosis has established a reputation as a landmark hospitality destination in Northern California, and now therapists will have the opportunity to hone their techniques directly with the property. Says Stusser, "Osmosis continues to be a pioneering leader in the spa industry, now with a branch of business devoted exclusively to professional development."

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