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If you are truly passionate about your craft you will go that extra mile to make sure that you are doing your absolute best. In any field one mistake or bad experience can easily hurt your reputation and on the other hand a good experience can gain more clients. For a Massage Therapist this is important. An amazing Massage Session will gain more business and on the other side a bad one hurt your reputation. Consumers expect to feel less pain and more relaxed after a Massage Therapy session. If you are giving your best and you really want to improve a client expedience through your extra efforts, they will diffidently take notice. Here are some tips that will help you to meet your full potential.
Focus on Individuality: Massage Therapy is a job but if you will enjoy your work then it is more than that. Your clients trust you to help them reduce stress, more cares and it is important that you not let them down. Avoid being casual or unprofessional in any way. Follow up with each and ask them for genuine feedback on the session. Ask them if they would like to book as a regular patient to address. Give your client an opportunity to help you grow your business.
Use Quality Massage Products: Finding the right Massage Oil, Lotion, Gel, or Cream is often a matter of personal preference. Chemicals that might not generally cause of skin irritation in a healthy person can cause itching and dryness in someone with extra-sensitive skin. When you are in treatment, it’s important the product you use doesn’t hold you hostage with stickiness, odour or having to reapply. Gecko Massage Products are so well designed, your all patient will tell you that they feel clean and moisturized afterwards. Our products are, hypo-allergenic and break down in warm water. They are non-staining and have no scents or scent neutralizers in them.
Some Massage Techniques: Each and every one of your massage should be personal and catered to their specific needs. Use a deep gliding stroke called effleurage from shoulder to wrist returning to shoulder. Vigorously rub with a Friction stroke across the shoulder, proceed down the top of the arm and hand, returning to the shoulder via the underside of the arm. Every time finish with effleurage from shoulder to wrist and ending at the shoulder.
The best Massage Session is the one that reminds your client, it has been too long since they were on the table. The one that reinforce, that yes, this is a HEALING art.