For massage therapists looking to extend their healing touch beyond the traditional settings, having mobile massage insurance is essential to your success.
When was the last time you invested in your small-business success? Depending on where you are on your journey, that answer can vary wildly.
Do you have habits that negatively impact your massage business? Here are three you should quit immediately for the sake of getting referrals.
Having professional liability insurance in place is an indispensable shield to help protect against the unpredictable events in life.
I designed a proactive approach in order to work with clients to create pressure that works for them (and rebookings for my practice).
Impeccable disinfection is required in every health care setting, including massage practices. Disinfecting wipes and sprays can help.
For massage therapists, the potential for unforeseen mishaps is an inherent risk. That's where general liability insurance comes into play.
When you believe in yourself—your work, massage, the massage profession, your workplace and your clients—you will raise your professional confidence.
Do you avoid writing an About page for your website because you feel uncomfortable talking about yourself? I did.
There was a time when I not only didn’t know how to sell products, I didn’t believe in selling products inside my massage business because I thought it would come across as pushy or would take something away from my massage services.