The answer is two-fold. Massage therapists should choose a color that 1) they like, and 2) complements theroom they are in or the general look of their practice. Picking something you like is pretty self-explanatory. The bit about ‘complementing’ can be a little more complex. It can mean that if other tables in a massage therapist’s spa or office are one color, it might behoove the therapist to remain consistent and purchase new tables upholstered in that color.It can also mean simply matching a massage table to the décor of a particular room. This doesn’t have to be a perfect 100% color-match, but simply a complementary “look.” If your spa is, for example, decorated in understated neutral hues, a bright purple massage table might not be the color for you.Read more
Are you new to massage? Or, perhaps, you’ve been massaging for a while, but are yet to purchase your first massage table. Not sure what to look for? Fear not. In an effort to smooth along the process, I’ve put together a basic cheat sheet. So, let’s get started:Read more
Quality, Durable Materials
If I have one tip on materials, it’s this: look for quality hardwoods. They are significantly more reliable and, thus, affect the strength
I'm going to do the unthinkable in this blog post … I'm going to use a dirty word. Actually, I'm going to use two dirty words. I think you can handle it. So, here goes. Today, we are going to talk liability and risk. So, take a deep breath and let's delve in.Read more
I've heard a multitude of horror stories over the years. I won't repeat them because, frankly, I'd rather not be a downer. The fact is that although flukes can and do occur, a large majority of the liability issues that arise are preventable. In an effort to help you avoid risks in your business, I've put a list of oh-so-crucial reminders together.