Elise shares her unforgettable story about carrying her old 32-pound massage table to her clients’ preferred massage area, the top floor of a 3-storey house using a spiral staircase! The client preferred the 3rd floor because of the panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean. She saw the importance of buying portable equipment, e.g. massage table, if the therapist has no massage office or shop.
She did some research and provides helpful tips on:
What to carry to a client call Saving for your business needs Investing in the right equipment Basic guidelines for purchasing massage equipment Suppliers /sellers of massage equipment Choosing what suits your budget and purpose Purchasing your massage table, desk, side table, chair, cabinet, lamps, wash sink, water glass, water cooler, etc. Purchasing and organizing your massage supplies: oils, lotions, Purchasing your linen, kits, etc. Best and affordable portable massage table
Best practices in setting up a massage therapy room Sharing expenses with a fellow therapist Purchasing basic equipment Comfort, affordability, durability Preparing supplies good for at least 2 days Making your space a place where you enjoy working Making it what your clients love to visit Lighting - where it should be fully –lit , and where it should be dimly-lit She recommends watching out for bargains and deals from: http://www.massagewarehouse.com