Did you know a great way to market yourself as a Massage Therapist and become known in your community to those interested in massage is to work charity events or volunteer performing chair massage? Did you know this is an incredibly effective way to give people an opportunity to appreciate your talent as a therapist as well as afford you a pocket of time to develop a rapport in order to better your opportunity of retaining them as a client for further services? Did you know that there are professional massage chairs on the market ranging from under $200 to over $600? How do you know what you need? How can you be sure the chair you buy will best suit your needs? Let’s take a look at the different uses for a massage chair, and use that information to determine how much chair you need to fulfill your specific needs.
In massage therapy, one of the biggest purchases you will make isyour massage table. Choosing theproper table and accessories to buycan be a daunting task. There areso many choices, so many manufacturers,a multitude of table names,varied widths, specialized uses anda rainbow of colors. Whether I amon a trade show floor, speaking ata school or in our call center, thesame concerns seem to be globalin the industry. How can I possiblymake an informed choice with somany decisions to make?
Massage tables are like elegant desserts, the best ones have the perfect balance of sumptuous and delicious layers. It’s true… Go to any luxury hotel and enjoy a delicious gourmet dinner. Once you have had your fill of the entrée, move on to the dessert. Chances are the dessert tray you will be presented will be filled with desserts sporting layer after layer of sheer decadence.
Purchasing the right massage oil can be a slippery undertaking for massage therapists. Some choices boil down merely to personal preference: do you like the gentle scent lavender or a more chocolaty aroma? But other factors can also come into play, including the age and skin sensitivity of the client, the time of year, the type of massage you do, and your own comfort level with experimentation. In short, there is no one best product.