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Financial planning can be a really tricky topic for anyone who is self-employed, including massage therapists. We want to have a good life, both now and in the future, but there are so many things to consider. There is a business to build, clients to see, and of course, a personal life to live! No
If you want to stick around the profession for the long haul, you need to find ways to make your job easier on you. Let’s be real. Massage can be really hard on your body as it is a physical job. But it can also be hard on you in other ways, due to working
Massage Therapists are passionate about their careers. However, this passion is a bit of a double edged sword. On the one hand, it is wonderful for building a strong business. It makes us excited about our careers, and that excitement often spills over into our client relationships. All good for booking clients and feeling good
This next series of episodes is going to talk about realistic, achievable business strategies that, when all put together, allow you to keep working as a massage therapist (or related profession) for many years to come. Over this set of five episodes, we’re going to talk about financial factors, business planning, setting boundaries within your
Being self-employed as a massage therapist is the norm, at least in North America. However, the vast majority of people would be much better off as employees, rather than working for themselves. Part of the reason for this is the hybrid model we’ve been operating under for many years. That is, practitioners are treated more
… but does it matter? One of the things massage therapists on the whole are sensitive about are questions about the efficacy of their treatments. There are a lot of therapist websites out there that have this big list of conditions, diseases, and disorders that they say massage therapy can treat. In fact, many regulatory