Mobile Massage by Jim
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Swedish massage (standard),
Deep tissue massage,
It was a nice relaxing massage. Jim was very professional. THe time was perfect, Just long enough to give that afternoon break, and helped get me through the rest of my day. WIsh he could come back everyday.Sep 9, 2019Mobile Massage by Jim's reply
Thanks, Tammy. It was a pleasure to offer Corporate Chair Massage at your company's location.
Jim is always on time and completely professional. I value the time he spends with my massage and the quality that he provides. I highly recommend him to everyone.May 4, 2019Mobile Massage by Jim's reply
I never had a massage before but I asked Jim to provide chair massages for my staff during an appreciation day. Everyone LOVED it. I then allowed myself to indulge and wow...I couldn't believe how awesome he made me feel. Jim knows his stuff. I also reached out to him when I had a stiff neck and he fixed me right up!! Jim helped my daughter too! Definitely warrants a five-star rating from me.Dec 22, 2017Review from FacebookMobile Massage by Jim's reply
Amy Turnbaugh Vissotski
Jim is great and very professional. Best part is you dont have to leave your home. I booked a wine and massage party with my friends and we loved it. Just had him back for me and will book him again.Apr 25, 2018Review from FacebookMobile Massage by Jim's reply
Excellent service by Jim! He arrives at your location promptly, and setus up a wonderfully relaxing atmosphere. Every massage I've had has been amazing. I always feel relaxed and relieved after. You won't be disappointed!Dec 21, 2017Review from FacebookMobile Massage by Jim's reply
License Type: Massage Therapist (PA)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pricing & Services I offer straightforward pricing. For most massage services, you are charged for the time of your session rather than the type of massage treatment. This keeps things simple and allows you to feel free to try new therapies each time without a complex pricing structure. .................................................................................................................. Earn a FREE Massage By Referring 2 People! Here's simply how it works: 1) You must already be a client of mine, meaning that you have paid for and received at least 1 massage from me in the past . 2) Refer 2 NEW, paying clients. They can be friends, family, co-workers, or anyone that you know. They must mention that they were referred by you BEFORE their massage. Once they have received their paid massages....... 3) You Get a FREE 1 Hour Massage. It's that simple! Plus, now each of your paid referrals can start earning FREE massages for themselves by referring 2 new clients each. There is no limit. As long as my clients keep referring 2 new, paying clients, they can keep earning FREE massages for themselves!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?It's pretty simple to make your 1st appointment. Just call. I will ask you a few basic questions on the phone regarding your massage therapy session and we can arrange a day at time that suites you. Depending on the type of massage (Table vs Chair, 1 client or several in a row) I will arrive 10-15 minutes before the appointment time in order to set up a spa-like environment and review any medical issues you may have. I provide everything that is needed including relaxing spa music, electronic candles, a massage table (or chair), sheets, lotions, etc. The rest is just you relaxing and getting a spa-quality massage that will make you forget all your stress, aches and pains without having to leave the comfort of your own home. For your next appointment, just call or send me a text as I have all your information saved.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Mobile Massage by Jim opened in 2014 and is owned and operated solely by Jim Fichter, LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist). Jim Fichter is a graduate of Massage Academy of the Poconos in Stroudsburg, PA. Massage Academy of the Poconos, opened in 2003 and is licensed by the PA Board of Private Licensed Schools. Its owner has over 28 years experience in the massage field. Unlike other area massage schools, Massage Academy of the Poconos teaches just 1 Massage Therapist program per year and accepts only a very limited amount of students per program year to keep the student to teacher ratio low and provide a more personal, quality education. They teach one thing and one thing only...Massage Therapy with quality instructors who have years of "hands on" experience in the field and who are all still currently licensed, practicing massage therapists. Jim, a lifelong resident of Drums, PA, is also a 1980 graduate of Hazleton High School as well as a 2009 honors graduate of King’s College in Wilkes-Barre where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management. .................................................................................................................. Becoming a Licensed Massage Therapist in PA In 2011, Pennsylvania became one of a majority of states setting forth specific requirements and licensing to become a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT). In Pennsylvania, Massage Therapy programs must provide at least 600 hours of in-class, post- secondary education instruction, including (but not limited to): (1) At least 175 contact hours of instruction in anatomy and physiology, kinesiology and pathology, including training in the human immunodeficiency virus and related risks. (2) At least 250 contact hours in massage therapy and bodywork assessment, theory and practice including sanitation, safety and hygiene. (3) At least 25 contact hours in professional ethics, and business and law related to a massage therapy business. (4) At least 150 contact hours in related courses appropriate to a massage therapy curriculum including cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). After graduation one must: 1) Pass a comprehensive state board exam in order to become licensed. 2 ) Complete at least 24 hours of continuing education in Massage Therapy in order to renew that license every 2 years, plus maintain a current CPR Certification.