8 min

56: Build Your Chair Massage Practice Game Change: Business of Massage Therapy

Today’s episode is all about Building your Chair Massage Practice; this is an element you can incorporate into your services, in addition to what you offer at your brick and mortar practice. The benefits to a chair massage are that it can happen almost anywhere, no oils are required, and no clothing removal is necessary. Offering chair massages is a way for you to do more marketing and gain new clients. Let’s discuss some of the basics!
Where can I go to do chair massages? Sporting events Expos, conventions, shows, and health fairs Business offices, especially during employee appreciation events Graduation nights, birthday parties, and girls’ nights out Volunteer at events for non-profit organizations Tips to remember about doing chair massage at these venues: Get clients’ contact info, especially names and email addresses Have a drawing for a free gift certificate in exchange for their contact info Choose a great location that’s not too noisy, but visible to passersby Have your documents with you, like ID, license, and proof of liability insurance Have a written agreement with the venue organizer for your payment/time The hope is that you can put these tips into action to build your chair massage practice, which will hopefully secure more long-term clients for your practice. It’s another piece to game-changing your business!

Today’s episode is all about Building your Chair Massage Practice; this is an element you can incorporate into your services, in addition to what you offer at your brick and mortar practice. The benefits to a chair massage are that it can happen almost anywhere, no oils are required, and no clothing removal is necessary. Offering chair massages is a way for you to do more marketing and gain new clients. Let’s discuss some of the basics!
Where can I go to do chair massages? Sporting events Expos, conventions, shows, and health fairs Business offices, especially during employee appreciation events Graduation nights, birthday parties, and girls’ nights out Volunteer at events for non-profit organizations Tips to remember about doing chair massage at these venues: Get clients’ contact info, especially names and email addresses Have a drawing for a free gift certificate in exchange for their contact info Choose a great location that’s not too noisy, but visible to passersby Have your documents with you, like ID, license, and proof of liability insurance Have a written agreement with the venue organizer for your payment/time The hope is that you can put these tips into action to build your chair massage practice, which will hopefully secure more long-term clients for your practice. It’s another piece to game-changing your business!

8 min