You are planning to come and practice with the ARYM Institute in Paris.
The AEPP center is located in the area between Bastille and La Nation. There are many hotels, hostels, Airbnb for all budgets. The AEPP center also offers accommodations depending on availability. They are often full from September till May (check to book in advance)
Accommodation at the center (spaces limited)
AEPP is a youth hostel open to French and international students who come to study in Paris. ARYM students over 28 years old (maximum age of admission) can also book either a single room or a shared room between ARYM students. This option is the cheapest accommodation for a shared room in Paris and is very convenient.
€25 per night/person (if 3 persons minimum/4 max. in shared room)
€35 per night/person (if 2 persons minimum in shared room)
€70 per night/person (in a single room)
To book your room, please contact directly Pedro or Patricia at the AEPP and specifying that you are joining the ARYM training course with Ananta: +33-144.64.06.20 | Email AEPP
Accommodations around the center:
Hostels starting from 25€ per night. Hotels and Airbnb starting from 45€ per night. Also search on booking.com
Meals: Light cooking is possible at the center. Lots of affordable restaurants all around.
Please apply for Tourist Visa only**.
To get the French Schengen visa, please visit : https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/download-schengen-visa-application-form/france/
Or contact your travel agent.
** Note that we are not giving an invitation letter.
You can arrive in Paris in one of the 3 mains airports:
Venue address: AEPP, 4 rue Titon, 75011 Paris, France Google Map
Timing of training classes
Consult the website for the hourly schedule for each course. Each day could have a different timing.
Usually we start on Friday 9:00 and finish on Saturday 17:30 (Sunday is off). But some course start on Saturday and finish on Sunday (Wednesday is off). Check the timing of your course
During the training in Paris, 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 together during training. The best practice is to shower before and after the work day. Wash your hands and feet before and after each massage session. Wet baby wipes are handy. Nails should be kept short with smooth edges, using an appropriate nail file. Be careful not to cut them too fast, too short or too close to the skin, which will lead to discomfort, possible bleeding and infection.