Massage Therapists - Tips For Mobile Massage Safety For many clients the idea of having a massage therapist come to them is appealing. They do not have to drive or deal with parking on their way to or from their appointment and they are able to relax immediately after the appointment. As a massage therapist, providing services to these clients can be lucrative. However, concern for your safety may limit you from offering these services. We employ many therapists across the country to meet the demand of mobile massage services and recommend the following tips to help ensure their safety. Your company image is important to ensure both you and the clients are comfortable with your business relationship. Professionalism in your advertisements, phone consultations, and marketing materials will project the services you provide. Have a safety person you contact to provide names, addresses, and phone numbers of the client you will be visiting. Explain to them you'll call them when you arrive and when you leave so they will know where you are. Once you have a client's name, research them on the internet. Conduct a search on their name and go to sites like peoplefinders.com to determine if they reside at the address provided or your local sexual predator lists to determine if there are any areas of concern. Consider processing payments by credit card over the phone in advance so that you are not carrying cash with you on appointments. Personally, I have found visiting clients in their homes provides another level of interest to client relationships. I have the opportunity to meet family members, see their environment and lifestyle which assists in assessments and recommendations, and reduce my overhead costs not having to maintain an office. As a mobile massage therapist, you have a great service to provide and keeping your safety as a priority is critical. Lisa Meloche, President and Massage Therapist, Bodywork Alternatives Massage Therapy. http://www.bodyworkalternativesmt.com/ Bodywork Alternatives Massage Therapy offers mobile massage therapy services and corporate chair massage services across the country. Massage therapy services provided reduce pain and stress in the comfort of client's homes and offices. Corporate chair massage allows companies to help employees reduce stress and pain associated with common problems such as headaches, carpal tunnel symptoms, and low back pain. All therapists are trained and licensed or certified in their area of expertise. Lisa first became interested in massage therapy when she was able to reduce her Fibromyalgia symptoms by receiving regular massages. She has combined her massage therapy training and personal experience to develop massage therapy techniques to help reduce Fibromyalgia symptoms. Massage therapists on her team are trained on these techniques to help bring relief to Fibromyalgia clients across the country. She is in the process of writing an eBook on self-massage techniques to help others reduce their symptoms.
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