Language of Touch; Massage Therapy by Karen Kelley
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
I try to keep pricing as affordadable as possible. Even to my loss. If you don't have much, I will downside my prices. I do like to charge $95.00 for a massage. esp. if I come to you...
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I explain what I do, make them feel very comfortable, and always tell them to let me know if they need more or less pressure at any point in the massage. I want them to enjoy their session and not feel bad to ask for something different. The body is so complicated, maybe you like lots of pressure on your back, but not your calves or neck. You never know the first time massaging someone.I am very careful to give the client his/her privacy upon getting on and off the table. I will leave the room. And I am very careful how I drape the sheets.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I was Certified as a Massage Therapist a few years back through Mueller College, School of Massage. Since then I make a habit of taking continued education, and I get massages. You can leave a LOT from a massage. What feels good and what does not.