Creating a Successful Massage Practice - 8 CE Hours
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$85.00 Cost includes all materials needed. If applicable, shipping is one flat rate of $10.00 (no matter how many courses you order). Materials are shipped via USPS Priority Mail.
The 8 CE hour Creating a Successful Massage Practice course is filled with more than 50 results-orientated marketing activities that you can easily implement to build a successful massage therapy practice. This course is for both bodywork veterans as well as recent graduates of massage school, giving useful tips and strategies that every massage therapist can use. This course will help you to define and set goals, journal your progress and ideas, and assess the results of your activities. Online resources included provide you with a sample intake form, payment plan agreement, business plan, and templates for a brochure and a sample business card.
This Course Will Present:
Information on how to define your goals and develop a marketing budget and calendar
Information on choosing the right name for your business, making a great presentation, creating attention-grabbing business literature, and using the telephone as a sales tool
Ways to fully leverage your advertising dollars, including no-cost and low-cost opportunities
Helpful resources and support services such as massage therapy boards, national associations, sources for marketing materials, and internet resources
Tips and suggestions for over 50 advertising opportunities such as hosting an open house, creating a menu of services, handing out discount coupons, retailing, hosting seminars, press releases, conducting research, massage parties, and getting published.
You Will Receive: One Year to a Successful Massage Therapy Practice textbook, by Laura Allen, online resources, guide with instructions, exam of 60 questions, course evaluation, certificate of achievement upon completion, and unlimited phone support for any of your questions.
The Center for Massage Therapy Continuing Education, LLC is an Approved Provider through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB); Approved Provider number 409296-00.
Our continuing education courses are also accepted by the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP), and most state boards.
For more information on individual state requirements and approvals, please visit our Approvals page and click on your state.
I loved that it was fast and easy to access. The information was easy to get through and retain. - Erin Smith
I loved all the marketing ideas presented! - G. Broadfoot
This course provides more than 50 marketing ideas for massage therapists. It gave me so much information on marketing my practice! A great course! - Sierra Hindman
What is marketing?
A. Any activity that you do that is meant to decrease your business
B. Creating a plan for advertising
C. Any activity that you do that is meant to increase your business
D. Creating a plan for how you are going to run your business
What is an elevator speech?
A. A prepared script that you can give in three minutes or less to tell clients how massage can fix their condition
B. A prepared script that you can give in three minutes or less to tell people why massage therapy is better than traditional medicine
C. A prepared script that you can give in three minutes or less to tell people what you do and how it can be of benefit to them
D. A prepared script that you can give in three minutes or less to tell clients what you have diagnosed on them
What is a Monday morning schedule blitz (which can also be done on social networking sites, such as Facebook or Twitter)?
A. On Monday morning, take inventory of the retail products you have available and email and/or broadcast fax a short note to your client list
B. On Monday morning, make a list of the appointment times you have available for the week and email and/or broadcast fax a short note to your client list
C. On Monday morning, make a list of massage modalities you offer and email and/or broadcast fax a short note to your client list
D. On Monday morning, make a list of the appointment times you have available for the week and call people from the phone book asking them if they want to schedule