1. Please describe your
practice as a Massage Therapist.
I rent office space in a chiropractic office. I offer hot stone and deep tissue. Small practice 12-18 hours per week focusing on client needs: Really trying to create an environment for clients to re-connect with themselves.
2. What is a typical week like
3-4 clients per day; added to massage week consists of keeping practice running through marketing, laundry, client contact, trying to have time for me between to recharge.
3. How has your career as a
Massage Therapist impacted your life?
Becoming a massage therapist has totally changed me as a person – it is exhausting mentally and emotionally. But the more you learn to balance everything, you realize what a gift you have to share and how much you need to learn. It’s humbling and empowering.
4. What job or career did you
have prior to becoming a Massage Therapist?
5. What inspired you to become
a Massage Therapist?
An enlightening experience of my own. I wanted to make someone else feel that way.
6. What advice would you give
to someone thinking about a career in Massage Therapy?
Really understand everything involved = not just massage. Be sure you can handle all kinds of people and are willing to learn about them.
7. Estimated annual income as a Massage Therapist (not including any other sources.)
$25,000 - $40,000
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