A massage instructor recently addressed employees of Warner Bros. Studios with information about carpal tunnel syndrome  prevention, and a representative of the studio plans to invite him back.

On Sept. 16, Boris Prilutsky addressed 50 of the studio’s employees. Prilutsky is founding director and senior instructor at the Institute of Professional Practical Therapy in North Hollywood, California, which trains massage therapists, physical-therapy aides and chiropractic assistants.

“Boris believes in raising public consciousness in educating people about healing and the preventive power of massage,” Michael Gaft, the school’s technical and marketing representative, told MASSAGE Magazine.

“Many questions were asked by participants that were perfectly answered to the delight of the audience,” said Douglas Maxfield, health and fitness director for Warner Bros. Studios. “In the near future we will invite Mr. Prilutsky [to] present on variety of subjects, the next being role of massage in stress and headaches management.”

Warner Bros. Entertainment is involved in producing feature films, TV and home entertainment production, animation, comic books, licensing, international cinemas and broadcasting. New and upcoming Warner Bros. Studios, located in Burbank, California, releases include “Body of Lies,” “Appaloosa” and “Yes Man.”