Breaking Up: It Ain’t Easy

September 29th, 2012

In an ideal world, every client who comes to us would be a client for life, would leave us extraordinary tips, and would never, ever cancel at the last minute. But, let’s face it: this is the real world, not the ideal one. And while I’m sure the thought of “breaking up” with a client isn’t a fun one, it’s an important one nonetheless. Issues arise that can make cutting professional ties the right thing to do. No matter the reason, though, it’s crucial that you handle these situations with professionalism and care. Below you’ll find a few tips to help you through the process in the off-chance that “breaking up” becomes necessary.

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What to Consider Before You Buy

September 16th, 2012

Are you considering purchasing a new massage table? If so, prepare yourself ahead of time with a few simple questions to smooth the process along.

  • • How much are you prepared to spend?
  • • How will you use your table? In a designated room? Traveling?
  • • What table height and width do you need?
  • • What weight are you comfortable with? (Especially if you’re traveling.)

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Reiki or Standard Endplates?

September 8th, 2012

Are you considering the purchase of a new massage table? Not sure whether you’ll need standard or Reiki endplates? You aren’t alone. Massage therapists are faced with the endplate dilemma every day. Luckily, deciding which endplates are for you isn’t particularly complex.

Reiki Endplates – Reiki endplates allow therapists to position their knees under the table. This is required for various forms of energy work.

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