6 Ways to Protect Your Hands

If you are a massage therapist, your hands are your livelihood. They offer the healing power of touch to each of your clients; they are the tools to keep your career going. In a profession that relies so much on your hands, it is easy to overwork and neglect to care...

What to do with No Show Clients

As a massage therapist, one of the most inconvenient occurrences is a no-show client. You have a busy schedule, and you left with a hole in your appointment book that is almost impossible to fill last minute. It can be tricky figuring out the best way to go about...

Massage Therapist’s Salary

Although there are many factors that determine each massage therapist’s salary, there are a few general details that can help you better estimate the typical salary for the massage therapy practice. Like any job, a massage therapist’s salary varies depending on...

Understand Your Target Market

Understanding your target market is crucial to the growth and success of your massage business. The more you know about your clients, both current and potential, the easier it will be to develop a specific marketing plan and provide exactly what your clients are...

Massage Therapist Career Choices: Private Practice vs. Employment

Once you are a licensed massage therapist, there are many ways you can begin your massage career. Whether it be working alone, in a spa, or your own practice, there are many options, but which one is right for you? When you are running your own private practice, it...

How to Create a Relaxing Atmosphere for Your Clients

A relaxing atmosphere is crucial and beneficial for the clients to feel at ease, calm, and relaxed during a massage session. But it is not always easy to create that laid back meditative atmosphere. Here are some suggestions to help you get started. Start first, with...