The Out-call Business Model Can Benefit the Massage Therapist and Client, Alike, In Many Ways
If you want to work for yourself after massage school, or if you are already a practicing massage therapist who wants to shift the focus their massage career, consider the many benefits of a mobile massage practice.
Here are five:
1. Earn a Higher Income with Mobile Massage
2. Save Money Offering Out-call Services
3. Sell Convenience
4. Provide an Opportunity For More Rest
5. Keep It Simple
Do the Benefits of a Mobile Massage Practice Outweigh the Cons?
To be fair, every type of business ownership has its pros and cons. Following an out-call business model for when building your massage practice won’t be the right path for everyone.
For example, if you live in a rural area, it may be less expensive to rent a massage space and have clients come to you.
Additionally, if you you struggle to lift your massage table or don’t have a vehicle that will easily accommodate it, that’s another problem.
Do you have a mobile massage business? Share your thoughts and feedback. We’d love to hear.
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