Where to look for great referral partners (membership)

referrals

I say it all the time . . . having the right referral partners can establish 60% of your practice.  And there are always questions about how, exactly, to find those “right” partners. I’ve heard many times that it feels impossible to find the right practitioners to trust, to reach out to, to even want … Continue Reading …

Getting and handling a sudden influx of clients (membership)

influx of clients

I’m front-loading some extra blog posts this week for all of you “early adopters” of the blog membership! Today’s post can make your practice growth a lot less stressful.  When you’re growing your practice, it’s not enough just to get a big influx of new clients, you have to be ready for it.  (Or, at … Continue Reading …

3 Ways to Get Clients From Community Events

Have you been showing up in your community (or been thinking about it): with your chair, to give free talks, giving open houses, etc. and that effort hasn’t quite been turning into real clients? Then, this is the mini-class for you! I cover the most important things you can do to make sure your time and … Continue Reading …

The #1 Dirty Little Secret of a Successful Massage Practice

Click here to get your #1 Dirty Little Secret Worksheet Podcast version: I know that these serious secrets to success often seem boring.  It seems like the secrets to success should be much more exciting, world-bending, fantastic, etc.  But the reality is that it really is this simple. If I had to guess, I would … Continue Reading …

Video #3: Don’t Overcomplicate It – Your Massage Marketing

Click here for your Massage Marketing Worksheet. Here is your third video in this series!  It’s so important to know that ‘marketing’ is not a dirty word – and that as a massage therapist, there are some very specific ways of marketing that will grow your practice fastest. I see a lot of massage therapists … Continue Reading …

Video #1: Don’t Overcomplicate It – The Massage Business Plan

Here is your Massage Biz Plan Worksheet. When you became a massage therapist, I highly doubt you had in mind a complicated business that you wanted to run.  More likely, you had your license, an office, table, linens, lotion and lots of hope. Everywhere I look, there are instructions for starting your massage practice that … Continue Reading …