Avoid Being a “Chatty Kathy” While Giving Massage

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So, here’s an interesting conundrum: we all know to keep our conversation with clients to a minimum so they can have the most relaxing session, and yet, reports from those on the table abound of overly talkative therapists. No one wants to be a “Chatty Kathy,” but it happens.

Years ago, before I even went to massage school, I had a pretty good massage therapist who happened ...

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Massage Therapist Interview Tips

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Unless we stay in private practice for our whole career, we all have to interview for a job. Some of us end up interviewing several times—when we switch jobs or relocate, to upgrade our income, etc. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone gave us the key to what employers are looking for that results in one massage therapist being hired and another turned away?

Here’s a list of ...

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Common Misconceptions Clients May Have About Massage

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Many of us have had glowing reviews from clients, telling us that we’ve just given them the best massage of their life. And yet, even being the superhero healers we are, we still occasionally have those clients who end up complaining or telling others that we just didn’t quite get the job done for them. I think this results from common misconceptions that some clients have about massage:

  • Assuming ...
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Creating a Stress Free Area for Your Massage Clients

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As massage therapists, we know that there really isn’t any firm boundary between mental or emotional stress and physical tension, so when we invite clients into our practice for treatment, we need to take care that our space is not only physically clean and welcoming, but also emotionally tidy.

Larisa Goldin, CEO of Dreamclinic shares, “I’ve always used a funny little ...

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How to help new massage clients find you

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If you own your own massage practice, one of the challenges of keeping it going involves the need to periodically expand your client base. When your massage practice slips into a lull, and you find yourself wanting to reach out and find new clients, but you don’t have the money on hand to launch any sort of a big ad campaign, what do you do? Well, how about rather ...

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Team Sponsorships and Community Outreach for 2011 and 2012

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At Dreamclinic, we support and active lifestyle and believe that there is an inner-athlete in each of us.

In keeping with this, we sponsor several local sports teams each year.  Sponsorship includes discounted or complementary massage sessions as well as social and educational opportunities.  If you are interested in having Dreamclinic sponsor your organization,  please contact us at [email protected].

 

Dreamclinic currently sponsors:

 

Seattle Rowing Center – Elite Rowers

Elite Rowers training with the Seattle Rowing ...

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Dreamclinic named a Finalist for Best Massage 2011 in Western WA

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Massage Finalist 2011

We are thrilled to announce being voted a Finalist for Seattle’s Best Massage as part of Evening Magazine’s Best of Western Washington Contest!
We have previously been nominated for The Best of Western Washington in 2008, 2009 and 2010 polls. In 2010, Dreamclinic was voted as part of the top 10 Massage Clinics in Seattle.
We would like to thank all friends, family, employees ...
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Dreamclinic Opens Second Massage Clinic in Queen Anne

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On April 4th 2011, Dreamclinic opened a new clinic located inside the MarQueen Hotel in Queen Anne.

Nestled in the heart of Seattle’s lower Queen Anne neighborhood, the MarQueen Hotel is a boutique hotel built in 1918 that combines old world charm with modern amenities. Dreamclinic first partnered with the hotel in the spring of 2010 when it started providing in-room massage services to weary hotel guests.  The feedback from MarQueen guests and from the hotel staff was ...

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