Massage therapists need basic, practical business advice such as low to mid-cost marketing techniques, taxes, and recordkeeping, but there is also no denying the benefits of “been there, done that” information that can only come from someone else’s experience. How to Start a Home-based Massage Therapy Business offers a gold mine of tips and ideas that can lessen the learning curve, stimulate thinking outside-the-box, and increase the odds of having a wildly successful practice.
|Publisher:||Globe Pequot Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||1 MB|
About the Author
Shirley Philbrick has been a Maine licensed, practicing massage therapist since 2001. Beyond standard massage, she is skilled in trigger point therapy, reflexology, aromatherapy and many other bodywork techniques. Ms.Philbrick holds further certification in newborn massage, and is a Reiki Master. She works with a local massage therapy school teaching aromatherapy classes each year and has maintained, simultaneously, a home-based massage practice and a separate massage office location. She lives in Winterport, Maine.