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Massage Practice Builder

Building your ideal massage business by using a website, creating a referral network and personal development (ethics)

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Latest Activity: Aug 15, 2018

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Building a Website 1 Reply

Your Massage Business website can be a major source of getting clients.  To do that it has to be found for the keywords - massage your city on the first page of results.  Ideally the top of the page…Continue

Tags: builder, practice, websites, business, massage

Started by Julie Onofrio. Last reply by Steve "Bear" Owen Jan 18, 2012.

The art of getting spiders to your massage website.

The art of getting backlinks to your massage website is an important part of getting your website found.  Backlinks are links from other sites that link to your massage website.  As I was thinking…Continue

Started by Julie Onofrio Oct 10, 2010.

Creating a Referral Network

In addition to a good website, the other main way to build a massage business is to have a large referral network of people to refer clients to you.This can come in many ways - from having the…Continue

Tags: network, referral, massage

Started by Julie Onofrio Sep 11, 2010.

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Comment by Sue Heldenbrand on March 19, 2012 at 5:28pm

A good way to network is to be listed in directories.  I'd like to offer a free listing in my holistic directory.

Comment by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB on March 22, 2011 at 12:26am



I'm new to the group. I've known Julie Onofrio through many other online venues and I appreciate the work she is doing for the massage community, so I thought I'd join her group.


I'm a thirty-something year massage therapist from the heart of Texas, Austin. I started massage back in the late 70s and got my license with the first group of people to become licensed in Texas.


I've also been a massage therapy instructor and CE provider for 12 years. I was one of the first MTIs and CE providers in Texas. My license number is 0024. I'm NCBTMB approved and approved throughout the US.


I enjoy giving and receiving massage, hiking, dancing, meditating, yoga, getting together with friends, traveling, photography, music and being compassionate.


One of my main areas of interest right now is mind-body medicine, particularly Psychoneuroimmunology, the study of the interaction between psychological processes and the nervous and immune systems of the human body.


Marketing and practice building, especially by utilizing social media, is one of my passions. 


I'd love to connect with other members of the group about their Massage Practice Building ideas, successes, failures, dreams and goals. Contact me at the link below.


Ariana Vincent



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