I would like to thank Dr. Grigore (Institute Director) and her amazingly accommodating team for providing me with the opportunity to enroll with NEIWH. Over the past year I have been in a major career transition, all the while thinking seriously about Massage Therapy. In our meetings, Dr. Grigore listened thoughtfully and acknowledged my determination and forethought about a career in Massage Therapy and made it clear that if I wanted to pursue this path and pay for it on my own, then she and her team would help to make it a reality. North Eastern Institute of Whole Health was able to bring my monthly payments down to a price that I could reasonably afford, and even made it so I would not have to pay any interest! One of the biggest surprises and financial aids was being given one of the $1000 scholarships that are awarded to the first few people to apply in a given time period. This benefit was a huge incentive for me to make my decision in a timely fashion. With so many helpful supports the signs all seemed to be pointing to YES. So that’s what I did and I could not be happier about my decision. Thank you NEIWH for making this a reality, I am so hopeful for my future.
Sincerely,
Maleia Fink
Newly enrolled in Fall 2015 Program

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I have found Grigorian Method to be an effective treatment, both with giving and receiving. My biggest accomplishment with giving the treatment was with my husband- he was so stuff and inflexible! Now he is no longer complaining of joing stiffness when he gets up in the morning, and has increased his flexibility.

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Ms. Reed is not only fun, but she also obviously cares about her students and wants them to succeed. Her demonstrations were always explained step by step and easy to follow.

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Thank you very much for all your help in making our Rebif MS Walks huge success. We had over 7,000 walkers and 1400 volunteers at 13 MS Walks in Massachusetts and News Hampshire this past weekend. We anticipate raising an estimated $ 2 million. It will directly help 12, 000 individuals and families affected by multiple sclerosis in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. These walks could not have happened without you offering your support and dedication...

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Ms. Reed has been wonderful to have as an instructor in class. Her vibrant personality helped to wake us up in the morning and keep us motivated throughout the course.

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I found Steve to be a great apprentice! He made every effort to be available to help his team and others! His knowledge and confidence of Grigorian Method reassured me that he had an excellent understanding and so could instruct me effectively

 

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On Behalf of Boston Athletic Association, thank you for volunteering your time and hard work at the 107th Boston Marathon. Thanks to the help of out nearly 7000 volunteers, once again Boston Marathon was a huge success. Volunteers are one of the primary reasons that marathon is considered one of the greatest sporting events in the world and all of us at the B.A.A are extremely proud of your dedication to the race...

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My experience with learning Grigorian Method was far more challenging than I could have imagined. Grigorian Method is an amazing yet difficult technique, that requires strength (physical, emotional and mental) focus, good body mechanics and an understanding of client limitations.

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The Grigorian Method takes focus, patience and hard work to master. When class started I felt overwhelmed by the treatment. I had doubts that I would be able to successfully complete the class. Because of the patience, encouragement and skill of my apprentice, Kim Balser, I now feel confident with the Grigorian Method. Kim takes her time to show me what I need to work on in supportive way

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I took my nationals on April 8th 2003. I was nervous and when I finished I was told I passed. My comment was "I did"? And the gentleman at the Nationals remark was "you people always pass!" He was referring to us...

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