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The Business of Massage

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									Michele Merhib, Elements Founder
   Educate prospective employees (students)
    about the Massage Business
   Introduce yourself and your Elements Studio
    to prospective employees
   Create a relationship with massage schools
    and instructors – “Send the Right Message”
   Let them know that Elements was founded by
    a Massage Therapist
   Arrange a Brown Bag Lunch with Massage
    School or Instructor
   Volunteer to speak in Business Class

   Plan to:
    ◦ Take a Therapist With You
    ◦ Take Food
    ◦ Offer Discount Coupons for Massage
   Why you purchased an Elements
   Highlight The Level System
   Each Massage is Individual
   Your Studio Specifics (Room Size, Break
    Room), Shifts (Limit 6 hours of massage)
   Your Benefit Package
      Free Massage, Free Chiropractic, Continuing Ed,
      Number of Clients You See Monthly, Discounted
      Liability Insurance, Uniforms and All Supplies Provided,
      Marketing & Booking Appointment
Find out who is planning on
working on a cruise ship,
chiropractors office, or
opening their own business
   You will need approximately 200 clients to
    have an average of 15 massages per week
   The average charge for a massage in
    Colorado is $55
   If you chose to sell discounted packages your
    average price will be $45-50 per massage
   Based on 15 massages per week (Ave $50 ea)
    ◦ Your monthly gross income could be $3,000
    ◦ Your monthly net income cold be $1,782
                          per month                   per massage

Rent                      $500                        $8.30

Phone                     $60                         $1.00

Bank Fees (if using cc)   $120                        $2.00

Printed Materials         $90                         $1.50

Sheets                    $60                         $1.00

Lotion                    $60                         $1.00

Utilities                 $80                         $1.30

Marketing/Leads           $100                        $1.60

Liability Insurance       $20                         $ .35

Water for client          $12                         $ .20

Renters Insurance         $80                         $1.30


Taxes on income           $540 (based on 18%)         $9.00

Office Supplies           $60                         $1.00

                          $1,782 expenses per month   $29.55 your expenses per massage
Your take home income would be approximately
$20.45 per massage and tips may be minimal or
                                 non-existent
   Tip Sign                   Accountant Fee
   Cancellation Policy        Business Coach
   Overbook to allow          Answering Service
    cancellations and no-      Website
    shows                      Software/Computer
   Share Space &
    Expenses
   Mileage
   Accounting/Bookkeepi
    ng

Recommendations for
                            Other Optional Expenses
Increasing Your Income
$15-$17 Per 55 Minute
Session Plus Tips
(80 Minute Sessions and Hot
Stones are Higher)

								
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