Massage Therapist Business Plan
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This article has over 132,926 views and 97% of readers who voted found it helpful, earning it our reader-approved status. A massage therapist enhances a person’s health and well-being by manually manipulating their soft body tissues.
For some a clinical office in a medical building is perfect.
For others a cozy spare room in their home is just fine.
People go to massage therapists to reduce stress and anxiety, to relax their muscles and to rehabilitate any injured muscles or areas of their body.
If you only work days and all your neighbors are retirees who weed-whack during the daytime, or a daycare facility with an outdoor playground, that may be an insurmountable noise issue.
There are many, many factors to consider in any office space and a home-based massage business is no exception.
In fact, there may be even more issues to weigh for a home-based business.
Will the massage room be just for massage or is it also the guest room when your in-laws visit?
Is there another quiet area for you to do office work, or will you need space for a desk as well?