Amvi Spa’s second branch opens in Bangalore
Amvi Spa, South India’s leading full-fledged Spa therapy training institute has recently opened their second branch at Varthur in Bangalore as part of a pan India expansion programme. Registered under Indian Spa Academy, the centre is open for admission in various categories of Spa and Ayurveda courses, both short term and long term, now.
Amvi Spa is a renowned name in the booming hospitality and Spa industry in the country with many of its students already being employed in key positions in the country’s finest hotels, Spas and resorts.
According to Amvi’s CEO Mr:sreejeesh sreedharan, it was the vast scope of the still emerging Spa industry coupled with the huge dearth for an institute run by good quality staff that inspired him to start such an institution.
“Earlier we started off as a Spa therapy centre, which addressed the wellness needs of people. Later, we started getting calls from various States in India and even the Gulf region, expressing their interest to learn Spa courses. Gradually we realised that there is hardly any institution that offers good, professional training in Spa therapy. That’s how we plunged into the training programme.”
Amvi’s other centres are located in Kozhikode, Goa and Kadubisnahalli in Bangalore. Sreejeesh sreedharan says soon its other centres will be opened in Chennai and Mangalore.
Amvi Spa boasts of state-of-the-art facilities and well-qualified trainers in the industry.
According to Nandu, what makes Amvi Spa different from other institutes is its ‘100% job placement guarantee scheme’. “All the students passed out from our institution are well placed in reputed firms across India and abroad. Our holistic training approach helps them work in various capacities such as Spa Manager, Spa Therapist, Message Therapist and Spa Trainer.”
The Institute offers courses in different streams such as, ‘spa-in-hotel’, ‘spa management’, ‘spa therapy’, ‘Media Spa’ ‘short term courses in massage techniques’, specialized courses in ‘Swedish massage’, ‘thai massage’, ‘reflexology’, ‘hot stone therapy’ etc. They also offer short-term ayurveda courses, yoga therapy and personality development programmes.
Along with the training centres, the Spa centres are also functioning in full fledge with expert masseurs offering treatments for various diseases.