Do You Have What It Takes?
Posted on: March 27, 2015
One: Independent Storefront
There are many massage therapy business opportunities for individuals with initiative and versatility. Massage therapists can open their own storefront or work for others.
Two: Day Spas
More people are visiting local day spas to have a few hours of pampering that might include a full body or specialty massage with aromatic oils and lotions.
Three: Cruise Ships
Cruise lines hire massage therapists to work on ships, providing massages to guests in spas or cabins. A fantastic bonus of this job opportunity is getting to travel to exotic locations.
Large hotels hire massage therapists to offer massages in guest’s rooms, workout gyms or on-site spas. This is a good career opportunity for a massage therapist wanting to work seasonally or part-time.
Five: Travel Centers
With many individuals spending numerous hours on the road traveling in recreational vehicles or working as truck drivers, travel centers are offering massage therapy as an amenity.
Six: Workout Gyms
After an intense workout at an exercise studio, athletes want a soothing massage to reduce their aches and pains without driving to another location.
More medical facilities understand the value of therapeutic massages, leading to hiring professional massage therapists to augment physical therapy while helping patients feel better.
Eight: Beauty Salons
Women and men visiting beauty salons for haircuts and manicures also want to have a neck or foot massage. Beauty salons are hiring massage therapists in addition to beauticians and manicurists.
Nine: Pediatrician’s Facilities
A massage therapist who enjoys working with children can seek massage therapy business opportunities at pediatricians’ facilities due to the new demand for this service.
Ten: Mobile Services
It is now easy for massage therapists to offer massages at off-site locations such as private residences or businesses by bringing along portable equipment.