It can be tough, if you are a new massage therapist, and male. First of all.. All the people that get massages regularly.. Well most of them already have a massage therapist. I would suggest to work, at first, in a gym or if you can, a chiropractic clinic.. Some place that already had a draw for potential massage clients built in. Not knowing your situation.. Thats just a general suggestion.
I am a new licensee in Little Rock. I graduated from Heritage College. If possible I would like to pick your brain on things that have helped you build your business and things that I should avoid. So far, my efforts have yielded little results. I really believe and have been told by many that I have a talent that should be developed further. I'm very serious about massage therapy and want to be the best that I can be, but, I also need clients to do so. Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thanks, so much. Steve Owen