Instructor from Atlanta's Premier Esthetician School Gives Advice in New Spa Column

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Massage Magazine to feature expert advice from Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics' director of spa therapies, Carol Venclik, in her new column, 'Spa Talk', set to debut in December, 2006.

Experienced skin care practitioners, massage therapists, or new graduates will benefit from the expert knowledge of Carol Venclik, director of spa therapies at Atlanta's premier esthetician school, Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics. Starting in December, 2006, Ms. Venclik will be writing a monthly 'Spa Talk' column in Massage Magazine, which will focus on how to introduce spa therapies into massage therapy and skincare practices.

Ms. Venclik has over 16 years of experience working in the spa industry, including many years running her own successful salon. She became a master cosmetologist before graduating high school and her passion for the skincare field grew and eventually led her to an esthetician career and to her current position as director of spa therapies at Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics, a division of Atlanta School of Massage. Carol will draw on these many years of experience to create articles which she believes will inspire new graduates as well as experienced massage therapists to consider adding spa therapies into their existing massage practice.

Carol's first column, 'A Fruitful Union', will focus on the benefits of including spa therapies in massage therapy practices. Carol hopes to give practitioners tools and examples of how to incorporate spa therapies into the diverse work settings available to massage therapists. Carol will explain the benefits to clients of various spa treatments, offer advice on how to select the right spa therapies for any practice, and give suggestions on where to go for quality training.

About one of the premier esthetician schools; Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics

Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics was formed in 2002 as a division of Atlanta School of Massage. Named a 2004 School of Distinction by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT) national accrediting agency, Atlanta School of Massage has been an international leader in massage therapy education for 25 years. Formed by the same management team, with the same high standards in mind, Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics is following the same path of excellence set by its parent company. Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics stands out amongst the multitude of esthetician schools operating across the country because:

  • Our program is accredited by the ACCSCT.
  • We are authorized by the US Department of Education to offer Title IV funding.
  • We have 25 years of experience running a successful Massage Therapy school.
  • We have recruited quality teachers from throughout the US and from Europe where the standards of skincare education are much more rigorous than those currently required in the United States.

Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics, a division of Atlanta School of Massage, is located at 2 Dunwoody Park, Atlanta Georgia 30338. For more information, call 1-888-276-6277 or visit For more information about the massage school, visit


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