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North Carolina School of Natural Healing offers a certificate in advanced herbalism, certificate in clinical herbalism, massage therapy diploma program, meditation and the art of self mastery, energy healing for practitioners, energetic herbalism apprenticeship, and continuing education.

The curriculum includes Swedish massage, oriental massage, and different types of therapies.

Location: 818 Haywood Rd, Asheville North Carolina 28806 Telephone 828-252-7096 Fax 828-232-9153

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