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Forgot one more question. Well, more like 2 questions:
1) Is there enuf time when there is a waiting line to read all the information on form??
2) For what conditions would you turn someone away? I was taught my pathlogy and disease in school, but just wondering if you treat it same way as if you were doing one hour full session on a table? For table massage where condition are contraindicated, would they be the same for chair massage??
All great info! Thanks!
Is the Intake Form different than the "Sign up sheet??
Is the sign up sheet to determine the "next in line order"?
<br>Denise, try not to sit around thinking about how to do something so much that you miss the opportunity. Just walk in the store, ask for the manager, introduce yourself & tell him/her what you'd like to do. It might be something that they've never thought about, or they might be able to refer you to another store/location. You never know, but if you keep trying to figure out the best way to do it, someone else might get there before you.<br><br>Just do it!!!Thanks for your help! I do love chair massage, just wish i knew how to market it on my own more. Like approaching even big stores, like borders or something, or for grand openings.
<br><br>The cool thing is, you probably will... even though I think you were making a joke about this. It is amazing how fast chair massage is figured out! You'll do great! Let us know how it ends up! :)I have my first one next tuesday and another one on wednesday, soooo, im sure ill be somewhat of a pro by then.
tiger snacks wrote:My massage school tells us to use pillow case for face cradle but that works too
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