Massage therapists, whether experienced or new, need to keep learning long after massage school ends. Continuing education units are typically required for recertification; but beyond that, lifelong learning is essential to creating a robust practice in which massage therapists are qualified to offer clients an ever-evolving selection of hands-on healing.
Increase Your Massage Clientele with Public Speaking —
It’s never too early to start thinking about your massage career once you graduate from massage school. One of the biggest questions new therapists ask is, “How do I attract massage clients to my practice or place of employment?”
Advertising can be expensive, and traditional marketing techniques may take awhile to show results. Fortunately, there is another option.
As a business owner or professional in the massage industry, you are also seen as an expert. Potential massage clients want to learn about how massage therapy… Read more at futureLMT.com »
“Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education.”
— Martin Luther King, Jr.