Accommodations in Brussels
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Youth Hostel Jacques Brel
Rue de la Sablonnière 30, 1000 Brussels
Zoom Hotel (4 stars) / Good for a double room shared
Rue de la Concorde 59-61, Elsene / Ixelles, 1000 Brussels
Virginia / +32 485 79 17 03
“Virginia is delightful and welcomes you in her apartment with great pleasure. She was very attentive during the whole stay”, Geneviève.
20 min walk
Night: €25 / Week: €150
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Venue address: Rue de la Concorde 31, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium Google Map
We start on Saturday at 10:15 and finish in the evenings at 17:15, except for the last Sunday at 16:00. Wednesday is a rest day. Consultez la page de votre cours to see what your schedule is.
During the training in Brussels, ARYM provides you mostly with everything you need: mattresses, bedsheets, lungis (Indian cotton sarongs), towels, blankets, booklet, oil, essential oils, face cream and calamus powder.
Bring your own materials (oils, cream, towels, etc) if you have specific preferences.
Please bring with you
Personal hygiene and cleanliness are essential for massage therapists as we work closely during training. The best practice is to shower before and after the working day.
Nails should be short, with smooth edges, using a nail file. Be careful not to cut them too quickly and too close to the skin, leading to discomfort, bleeding and possibly infection.