LoneStar Massage and CEU
About this pro
I'm in a huge office suite with practitioners who offer other modalities. With a naturopath in my office I can offer complete wellness packages.The infrared sauna is a nice compliment to my massage and adds to the relaxation.I offer superior services and pamper my clients at lower costs than my competitors. I like being able to make a difference in the quality of life for others.I want my clients to feel as if the outside world does not exist.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Texas licensed Masage Therapist gain 12 hrs continuuing education every two years.Then they have to renew their license.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I was a young mother of a two yr old child. I started a divorce and wanted a career helping others that would allow me to be home with my child whenever I wanted to.I started nursing school ,but I did not want to be away from my child for school. I found a Massage Therapy program which was part time and only took six months. I have been happy ever since!
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Anyone can go onto the Texas State massage website and verify that a Massage Therapist is acutally licensed and in good standing. I advise doing this first. Look at the office your Therapist is in. IS it clean? Because you do not want to get Bodywork in a dirty office because chances are conditions are unsanitary.