There’s no excuse for not getting this…

 You can get absolutely everything and you choose the price.

You can get absolutely everything and you choose the price.

You can get every e-course, video, webinars, e-books, teaching kit, client education newsletter, etc. that has ever been produced at BodyworkBiz.

How much does it all cost?

You decide!

Just type in the price you can afford and it’s all yours – it’s well over two thousand dollars of practice building courses and resources!

Click here to get it all now at whatever price you choose

Why am I doing this when other people have already paid between $199 and $499 for this Retirement Package?

  1. My shopping cart service expires August 19th and I have no reason to renew it.
  2. This package will no longer be available to purchase after the shopping cart is gone and it’s a shame.
  3. Every massage therapist in the world should have access to these resources despite their financial situation.
  4. If every therapist utilized even some of the resources in the package they could likely double their business. Imagine the number of lives we could touch if that were the case.
  5. This removes all excuses you may have for not having a profitable and soul-satisfying practice.

Click here to get it all now at whatever price you can afford

This is a “pay what you can” offer, not a “take advantage of the situation” offer. I believe that you’ll be fair in entering the price. If you can afford $100 or $200, I trust that’s what you’ll pay for what amounts to over $2,000 in resources. If you are in dire financial curcumstances and can only afford $20 or $50, that’s fine too.

As a reference point, the average cost of cable TV in the USA is $64.61 per month or $772.92 per year. Even Netflix at $7.99 per month is $95.98 annually. If you can afford to pay that for entertainment, certainly it would be wise to invest more in your career and your future.

Please take action before this opportunity is gone and don’t keep it a secret. Click one of the share buttons on this page to let your colleagues know.

The BIG BodyworkBiz Retirement Sale – Time Sensitive

BodyworkBiz will be closing its doors as of December 31, 2014. I want to give all my loyal subscribers and customers a chance to get anything they’ve always wanted to get before it all goes away.

Better yet, you can have pretty much everything that I’ve ever published for just $199. Yes, I mean everything: e-courses, videos, webinars, e-books, presentation kit, newsletters, etc. for just one payment of $199. You get everything you see on this page, which if bought individually would cost you over a couple thousand dollars.

You’ll have online access to all these resources for at least one full year (and I may extend that even further). Much of the material can be downloaded and you can get email delivery of many of the e-courses.

Just a caveat: I’m resurrecting a few courses that I’ve taken off the site previously and I haven’t updated them. So you’re getting them as is. You may come across some broken links, missing images, etc. that I won’t be fixing at this point. Also with a 90%+ discount, I won’t be offering my usual money back guarantees.

So scroll through the page and check out everything you’ll get for just $199. And take action quickly. This offer expires December 31, 2014. We’re all savvy enough to know that leaving it ’til later usually means never. And you don’t want to be kicking yourself for missing this opportunity. Enjoy!

Fill Your Massage Practice 101 (ecourse)

Filling a massage practice is the number one priority among new and veteran professionals alike. It doesn’t have to be difficult or stressful. We guarantee that you’ll fill your practice with these uncomplicated, simple to understand, easy to implement ideas that tell you exactly what you need to do to develop a flourishing practice.

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Registration Fee: Only $99.00

60 Clients in 60 Days (ECOURSE)

How long does it take to fill your massage practice? You’re about to find out in this groundbreaking program. This group consulting program is designed for massage therapists who want to see dramatic growth in their practice – we’re aiming for 60 new clients in 60 days! It’s specifically for therapists with time on their hands, but little money for marketing.

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Live Version: $299.00 (Not available)

Web Version: ONLY $99.50

Chair Massage Marketing 101 (ECOURSE)

A comprehensive step-by-step guide to building a successful chair massage business. Learn everything there is to know about chair massage, from choosing a chair and getting training, to getting into the boardrooms and moving clients into your clinic. When it comes to marketing chair massage, this is the most comprehensive course on the planet.

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Registration Fee: Only $99.00

5-Day Chair Massage Business (ECOURSE)

This is for you if you are interested in chair massage, but don’t want to take the time to do the 101 Day Chair Massage Marketing course. It will give you the mile high view of entering this market along with lots of great “just tell me what to do” information.

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Registration Fee: $49

Teach Massage Workshops (ECOURSE)

Follow the 25-steps and within a week, you’ll have a solid action plan in place to design, market, organize, teach and profit from your own massage workshops.

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Registration Fee: Only $49.00

Massage Class in a Box (Presentation Kit)

In this comprehensive presentation kit, you’ll find everything you need to market and teach a practical massage class that everybody can enjoy. You’ll get valuable marketing information and advertisements, class outlines, teaching strategies, teaching notes for techniques, illustrated class handouts that you can copy for the participants and more. The only thing we couldn’t fit in this package was the classroom.

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Registration Fee: Only $99.00

260 Extremely Practical Ways to Fill Your Massage Practice

Need more clients? How would you like to have the most practical and most effective techniques for filling your massage or bodywork practice instantly at your fingertips? You’ll find it here. 260 of the best marketing and practice-building ideas compiled from successful massage professionals across the world. Use just a couple of these proven “secrets” and watch your practice grow.

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Registration Fee: Only $99.00

Another 260 Practical Ways to Fill Your Massage Practice

Here’s the follow up to the “260 Tip” program: A massive encyclopedic reference of the most effective marketing and business building resources that has ever existed on planet earth. 260 lessons compiled from tips and suggestions from the over 10,000 BodyworkBiz Marketing Tips subscribers.

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Press Release Profits (ECOURSE)

Discover how to get powerful free publicity for your massage practice that’s more believable and profitable than any advertising you can buy at any price. Use the power of the press to increase your visibility, establish yourself as the expert in your community and get new customers knocking on your door.

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Registration fee: $49

Non-Stop Referral Marketing: Word Of Mouth Marketing On Steroids (ECOURSE)

How would you like to have 100 of the best business professionals in your community telling everyone and their uncle about your wonderful massage skills and suggesting that they book an appointment with you now? Then you must try Non-Stop Referral Marketing.

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Registration Fee: Only $49.00

Article Marketing (ECOURSE)

Writing is one of the most effective marketing strategies for massage professionals, but is little understood and seldom used. Get a jump on the competition by writing articles to market and grow your practice. This package includes a comprehensive e-course on article marketing, “Article Marketing for Massage Professionals” e-book, online article submission software (which sells for as much as $99 on other websites), as well as a bonus Teleclass recording and transcript.

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Registration Fee: ONLY $99.00

Sell Massage Gift Certificates (ECOURSE)

This comprehensive course will teach you the secrets to selling hundreds of gift certificates each year. Learn how to get your clients and other business to give you money for the privilege of sending people to you and literally add thousands of dollars to your income each year.

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Registration Fee: Only $39.00

E-Marketing Made Easy 101 (ECOURSE)

Welcome to the new millennium – a decade late! Get on board the Internet and use one of the most potentially effective and most highly underutilized tools for building your massage business. It’s all made ridiculously simple in this plain English, “just tell me what to do” program.

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Special limited time sales price ONLY $99.00

Web Marketing MBA (ECOURSE)

Your potential customers are now online and about 80% of them are looking for local services like massage therapy online. It is absolutely vital that you learn to leverage the web to get new clients or you may find your practice struggling in the years ahead. The Web Marketing MBA program is presented in a super simple “view it and do it” format and is designed to get you into the 21st century. This course consists of ten live interactive sessions where you’ll literally look over my shoulder as I lead you through implementing the most effective strategies for getting new clients online.

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Registration Fee: $500

Complete Common Cents (ECOURSE)

Heading For Financial Disaster? Don’t Get Mad, Get Smart! If you are ready to take control of your finances, follow along through this comprehensive personal financial management program. Includes checklists and worksheets. This course has never been publicly released at BodyworkBiz.

Registration Fee: ONLY $99.00

Client Educational Newsletters for Your Massage Business

A client education newsletter is a powerful practice-building tool. Now you can have high quality newsletters customized with your personal information within seconds at just a small fraction of the cost of producing it yourself. You have “private label rights” to the content and the illustrations which means you can use the newsletter content for articles, blog posts, email newsletters, educational handouts and more.

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Priced at $228

Special limited time sales price ONLY $99.00

LinkedIn for Business (ECOURSE)

LinkedIn can be the perfect marketing tool for massage professionals – if you know what you’re doing. Most people just waste time on LinkedIn – browsing randomly and sending out odd connection requests. You can do so much more, and in this course by my friend Matt Bush you’ll get a solid grounding in how to make LinkedIn work for you. This course has never been publicly released at BodyworkBiz.

Registration Fee: ONLY $99.00

Relax To the Max Guide To Chair Massage Techniques DVD Set: Vol 1 And Vol 2

In these chair massage technique videos, you’ll discover that chair massage does not need to be hard on your body. You’ll find out how to use your body in an efficient way, maximizing leverage and your body weight, while minimizing stress to your back and your thumbs. Learn dozens of techniques in what is arguably, the most comprehensive instructional videos you’ll find anywhere.

You’ll lean:

  • The 8 essential principles of effective body use
  • A variety of effective, easy-to-perform techniques for the back, neck, shoulders and arms
  • A 15-minute market-tested routine for use in corporate environments
  • Detailed instructions on setting up your massage chair for maximum comfort
  • The “fainting phenomenon” that is unique to chair massage and how to prevent it from happening to your customers
  • How to use your body for maximum effectiveness without stress to your hands or back
  • Dozens of effective easy to perform techniques for the back, neck, shoulders and arms
  • A complete series of lower body techniques performed right in the chair
  • How to perform stretches for tight muscles with your customer seated in the chair
  • Guidelines for customizing your chair massage, whether you are doing a two-minute sample or a one-hour full body massage


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Two disc DVD set: ONLY $89.97 – Save $10 over buying the DVDs separately. Note: This Retirement Sale includes online streaming videos and not DVDs.

Massage Anytime Anywhere DVD

Learn 42 incredibly practical techniques that can literally be done anytime, anywhere. All techniques are done over the clothing and the only equipment required is a standard chair and your hands. They are easy to learn and very relaxing. After going through this DVD you’ll be able to do anything from a three-minute neck rub to a one-hour full body massage.

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Price: ONLY $29.97. Note: This Retirement Sale includes online streaming videos and not DVDs.

International Chair Massage Conference (Videos)

This four DVD set of the two-day International Chair Massge Conference 2005 gives you the feeling of being there. This visual reference will also give you a better sense of what the presenters are talking about in sessions on body mechanics, stone massage and handling fainting episodes.

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DVD Set of 4: ONLY $199.00. Note: This Retirement Sale includes online streaming videos and not DVDs.

Facebook: Friends with Benefits (webinar)

It seems like almost everyone is on Facebook. The media is touting it as the greatest way to promote your business ever. But how do you do that, especially as a massage professional? Eric Brown will cut through the hype and give you simple truth behind using Facebook to grow your practice: From managing your privacy to turning your Facebook Friends into paying clients. Whether you are just thinking of setting up your account or are an experienced Facebook junkie, youll come away with valuable tips you can put into action today.

Price: ONLY $20

60 Clients In 60 Days (webinar)

How long does it take to build a successful practice? One year? Three years? Forget the myth that it takes a long time to build a practice and follow this proven step-by-step strategy to get 60 Clients in 60 Days. If you find yourself struggling in your practice, with little money to invest, and with more time on your hands than clients under your hands, then you must take the time to attend this eye opening presentation. It’s a perfect practice-building solution for practitioners who hate marketing and maybe even lack confidence in their skills, but who aren’t afraid to work hard.

Price: ONLY $20

Three Rs for Increasing Your Practice Income (webinar)

Discover specific and actionable strategies to ensure that your practice stays busy and prosperous in this engaging round table discussion. Just like the three Rs you learned in school, there are three Rs for successfully increasing your practice income: Maximizing recruitment, maximizing return visits, and maximizing revenue from each treatment. These are applicable whether you have your own practice or are working for someone else. Find out how you can master these skills and dramatically improve your income. This round table discussion will feature, oddly enough, four Bs; Four renowned massage marketing experts, all unrelated, who just coincidentally all have Brown as a last name: Eric Brown, Todd Brown, Felicia Brown and Elizabeth Fletcher-Brown. [Eric’s note: This one of my favorite panel discussions ever.]

Price: ONLY $20

Good Ethics Is Good Business (webinar)

Of course you’re a model of ethical behavior! Or are you? Because we generally view ourselves as good people, we don’t always take the time to view our behaviors through the critical lens of ethical behavior. As a result we may not recognize the small things we do that cause our clients to feel discomfort or mistrust. And these little things affect not only our own business, but also those of other therapists. Engage in a little personal exploration in this interactive presentation which focuses on creating positive therapeutic relationships so that you can create higher levels of client trust and loyalty, better treatment outcomes, and more referrals.

Price: ONLY $20


Magnetic Marketing (ebook)

Discover the how a humble little magnet can be a marketing powerhouse.

Using Client Education Newsletters to Grow Your Practice (ebook)

Everyone says that education is vitally important in growing a practice, but how do you do it. Find out in this information packed ebook.

Pregnancy Massage (illustrated ebook)

The BodyworkBiz Guide to Pregnancy Massage is a concise, but comprehensive reference guide for any massage professional who plans to work with pregnant clients whether it’s during pregnancy, labor or in the immediate postpartum period.

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Endless Referrals (ebook)

I’ve contributed to this book by Mickey Wong and got distribution rights to share. Mickey’s an entertaining writer and offers a great guide to getting referrals through joint ventures. Sold on Mickey’s site for about US$29.

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Press Release Power Guide (ebook)

It’s a solid little guidebook that covers all the basics around press releases and is written by someone that actually knows what they are talking about. Sold on Amazon for $18.99

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Instant Appointments…

Here’s a strategy is incredibly simple and doesn’t take much explaining. I wrote about this in one of the BodyworkBiz Marketing Tips newsletters years ago, but I get so many people telling me how well this works that I think it deserves revisiting.

Here are the kinds of emails I get:

“I just did this today and within 2 minutes had taken appointments for two available slots!”

Or this one that came in from the UK:

“Within a half hour I had two appointments taken, first from a guy I did a chair massage for on a promotional day at his work place and the second from one of my very regular (twice a month) clients. So best of both worlds…one new client, and an increase in ‘spends’ from an existing client! I am very, very happy about this tip. Thank you sooooo much!”

Many therapists dismiss this strategy as being too simple. But some of the simplest tactics are often the most effective.

What did they do to get these instant appointments?

They used email.

They simply sent an email to a number of clients letting them know what openings they had available in the following week.

The first therapist who got two appointments within two minutes sent out this note:

“Feeling Stressed? Computer work got your neck in a kink? The week of October 6 – October 11 I have these appointment times open: Thursday Oct. 9 11:30 am, 12 pm, 12:30 pm, 1 pm, 1:30 pm, 2 pm, 2:30 pm and 3:00 pm Friday Oct. 10 11:30 am, 12:00 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm and 2:30 pm and 7 pm

The woman from the UK sent out a similar email with a comparable incentive. She didn’t need to send it out to 1,000 clients to get those appointments. She only sent it out to the 15 clients for whom she had email addresses!

Give it a try and report your results on the BodyworkBiz Facebook Page.

Give away massage? You’ve got to be joking!

I’ve just finished reading a series of posts at and the Massage and Bodywork Professionals forum on giving away free massage.

The topic always generates strong feelings. Some swear they would never give away massage even if their life depended on it. It diminishes their credibility, devalues their worth, and would only attract the freebie seekers.
Others have tried it and simply say it sucks; it’s never worth their time.

I love the idea of giving away free massage, BUT… it has to be done the right way:Your approach to giving away massage has to create a high-perceived value for your services and to get those people to want to rebook with you regularly.

I’ve tracked the actual results of dozens of therapists and bodyworkers in all types of settings and the bottom line is…

Done right it works!

Don’t trust me though. Actually listen to people who have used my approach from the 60 Clients in 60 Days program or read comments they’ve made both publicly and behind the scenes:

Here are just a couple…

“Last weekend, I went to a local event where I sold my homemade microwavable rice-filled heating pads. I sold 50 in 4 hours, did lots of one-on-one talking with people and gave a coupon to everybody who bought a heating pad (stapled a sample of Biofreeze to each coupon) also talked with them about the benefits of massage. From this promo, I got 15 new clients within a week – all upgraded and all rebooked!

“I’m definitely having fun here. When I trained we were told, “Never, ever, give away your services.” I did anyway over the years, but with a lot of guilt. Now I am just plain having fun doing it. Friday when the client came out he bought 6 gift certificates. Guess you can say I am just a Pleasure Piglet. Thank you for your guilt freeing program Eric.”

Chair Massage at Banks

I wrote/edited about 100 pages yesterday for a Chair Massage textbook I’m working on. It should be the definitive guide. In the process, I came across a lot of practitioner stories in the archives. If you want to tell me about your chair massage business feel free to post a reply below.

Here’s one from a woman who was working fulltime at another job at the time and who was looking to transition into a chair massage career:

“I have been doing chair massage part time, as I’m still working full time for another two years or so. To date, I have been working mostly in banks, and that is going extremely well. Many have evening hours and are open Saturdays, which minimizes the amount of time I have to take off work.

They have all paid for the employees’ massages. It’s a non-issue. All the massages at the banks have been 15 minutes/$15. Usually I meet with the branch manager or manager of financial services/customer service.

When I’m finished at each location, I ask for one or two contact names for other branches. I follow up with those, saying so and so gave me your name, and essentially I’m in.

Most banks have “greeters”. They have proven to be the best people to do the reminder calls the day I’m there. That keeps everything on track. I offer the option of music with the massage, which 98% want. I designed and used a brief evaluation form last year. I now have the feedback I was looking for, so am no longer using it, at least not as long as I’m in the banks. I always left copies of the evaluations with my contact.

Regarding benefits, we always say offering massage makes the employer look good, shows that they appreciate their staff, etc. I can’t tell you how many times people said this, in some way or other, either on the evaluation or directly to me. I make sure to use that as a key “selling point”, in addition to the fact that people feel more relaxed, energized etc.

There’s no question that having a target market, as you always advise, has definite benefits. It makes it so much easier to go from one location to another and your credibility builds up quickly. To date I have not attempted to organize regular, repeat visits to each branch. For me, part of the fun/challenge is the promotion/marketing (I know that’s quite the opposite of many), so I really enjoy making new contacts and going to different locations. I recently called all the branches I went to a year ago, and there will be a few repeats this winter.

This is funny! As I’m writing to you, one just called. We’re all set up for post RRSP season, St. Patrick’s Day and the first day of spring. Last year she had me in on Valentines Day, provided lunch for everyone and decorated the place all in red, hearts, etc., so I know she likes “theme” dates.

The only promotional pieces I use are my business card, your list of companies that have had on-site massage (I’d love your most recent copy, if one exists) and benefits of chair massage (from binder). I also leave them a sample memo put together by one branch and a sign up form. They appreciate these resources. It’s one less thing they have to think about preparing. I am putting together a one-page descriptor, but for my needs to date, the above has been sufficient. In addition, I have given friends massages for birthdays, special occasions, etc.”

All the best,
Barbara Hollander

Listen To Your Clients’ Needs

Here’s another tip from one of the Massage Marketing Tips subscribers…

One of the biggest “turn-offs” I’ve found is the practitioner not listening to my responses during the intake interview.

New to the business, I’ve been trying a variety of practitioners over the past few months – checking out different styles, as well as for my own body’s benefit – and I’m surprised that about 50% of the time I don’t have my clearly stated desires addressed. I’d never rebook an appointment with them.

What I take away from this, and have had reflected back to me from my clients, is that if the practitioner truly listens to what the client is saying (both verbally and non-verbally) and takes that into consideration for the session, the chances of retaining that client over time dramatically increases.

This may seem like a “no-brainer”, but like I said I was amazed at how often my requests were not even heeded. Take the time to listen to your client. It will be well worth it for both of you.

Generously contributed by: Amy Pattee Colvin, Seattle, WA

This massage business tip originally appeared in the 260 Tips to Build Your Massage Business e-course at BodyworkBiz.

Be A Model To Your Clients

“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”
– Gandhi

Do you know of parents who operate on a “Do as I say, not as I do” mode with their kids. It doesn’t work, does it? If you want to get the kids to behave or act in a certain way, then you know that you have to be a model for them.

Great leaders know the importance of this principle as well. Great leaders don’t preach to those around them. Rather they inspire people with their own actions. They live their ideals.

Similarly, if you want to motivate your clients to take care of themselves proactively and have respect for your recommendations, then you must be a model for them. You have to live your life in a way that embodies your belief in the powerful benefits of regular massage.

If you are asking your clients to take care of themselves by using massage regularly, then you must do so yourself. Otherwise you completely lose credibility and respect in your customers’ eyes.

The light bulb really came on for this participant of the Fill Your Practice 101 e-course. Listen to her experience…

The last few lessons of the Fill Your Practice program have been invaluable! The one phrase that really got my attention in one of the rebooking lessons was “Shall we book your next appointment now?” Interesting…

I used to ask my clients to rebook and for whatever reason I stopped doing it as often.

The past few days I have been doing so and…

…so far I am 100%.

As a preamble I have told each client that I have been guilty as well of not receiving regular treatment. (Which is true. Guilty as charged!) I also told them that I had made an agreement with a colleague that I must book a massage once a month and rebook before leaving the office.

And if I have to “change” the appointment date for whatever reason, that is okay, but I am not allowed to cancel and not rebook.

So I have posed the same challenge to my clients and they have full permission to check up on me as well to keep me honest.


This massage business tip originally appeared in the 260 Tips to Build Your Massage Business e-course at BodyworkBiz.

Be Sure Their Needs Are Met

Here’s another tip from one of the Massage Marketing Tips subscribers…

A great idea came my way from a friend of mine who is a great massage therapist. About 5 minutes before the session is to end she asks whether there was anything that she had missed or that she needed to focus on for the last few minutes of the session.

Try it and see! People are often hesitant to speak up even when their needs are not met. This gives them permission to mention something that you had missed, didn’t spend enough time on or something that they had not requested earlier in the session!

Generously contributed by: Belinda Pyle, RMT

This massage business tip originally appeared in the 260 Tips to Build Your Massage Business e-course at BodyworkBiz.

Birthday Gift Certificates

Here’s another tip from one of the Massage Marketing Tips subscribers…

When a new client comes for the first session, I have them complete a health in-take form. On that form is place where the client records his/her birth date. I keep a notebook organized chronologically according to clients’ birthdays. When a new client comes to me, I record his/her birthday.

I then mail out a birthday card close to their birthday. In that birthday card is a gift certificate for a free 30-minute massage session, which can be upgraded if the client so chooses. I include a note in the certificate that explains that they can use the gift certificate themselves, or they can pass it on to someone they care to reward or pamper.

When a client calls to redeem the 30-minute gift certificate I ask them if they would like to upgrade the session for a 45-minute session or a full hour session. Upgrading from 30 minutes to 45 minutes is a $10.00 charge and upgrading to a full hour is a $20 charge.

Out of the new clients that get the birthday gift certificate, approximately 30 to 40% return to me to redeem it. About 75 to 80% who return choose to upgrade their certificate, and in most cases the choice is to upgrade to a full hour session. Once a client becomes an established client I send a $10 discount coupon to them with their birthday and also a $10 discount coupon with a Christmas card during the holiday season.

I have found that these gift certificates help to either bring in new clients and keep clients returning for massage therapy. It’s a simple thing to do, but it does work!!

Generously contributed by: Ken R Page, LMT, Spartanburg, SC

This massage business tip originally appeared in the 260 Tips to Build Your Massage Business e-course at BodyworkBiz.

Bookmarks: The Better Business Cards?

Here’s another tip from one of the Massage Marketing Tips subscribers…

Of course I have the usual business card. But I also have an expanded business card of sorts, which also doubles as a bookmark. Actually, I have 4 of them, which cut out nicely from a standard 8.5×11 sheet of paper.

On these, I show photos featuring different aspects of massage: De-stressing, Pain Relieving, Revitalizing and one for Thai Massage. I offer a few sentences about each, along with a book recommendation. Also, there’s contact information and a small headshot of myself.

I’ve placed these at local bookstores, the New Age bookstore, health food stores, etc. So, prospective new clients get more than the usual business card. The bookmarks have the potential for keeping my name and the idea of massage therapy a little more visible to them than a card would.

I also use the bookmarks as envelope stuffers when mailing things to clients, and enclose them in gift certificate packages, especially if the recipient is new to massage. Lately, I mostly have used them as a little giveaway reminder for my clients. They appreciate it and can make use of the bookmarks. A client or two have even copied the idea for their own businesses.

I got four phone calls as a direct result of the bookmarks, and those people all picked up the bookmarks at the same location. So I got some valuable information about the location of potential clients.

Interestingly, all four people wanted to book Thai massage sessions; I mean, they were ready to book immediately! No one called referring to the pain relief, relaxation or sports massages mentioned on the other three bookmarks. So I got some valuable feedback on what people wanted and that feedback surprised me!

Generously contributed by: Paul Rybarczyk, LMT

This massage business tip originally appeared in the 260 Tips to Build Your Massage Business e-course at BodyworkBiz.