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Massage Therapist Resources

Erin Hall

Recent Posts

How Much Do Massage Therapists Make?

Posted by Erin Hall on Mar 21, 2018 9:00:00 AM

There are two main ways massage therapists can do their work: in a private practice or working for someone else.

There are pros and cons to each, and different personality types and work styles will be a better fit for either option. 

But one thing that massage therapists may be taking into consideration is how much money they'll make on their own vs. working for an employer. 

In this article, we'll cover the factors that go into how much a massage therapist makes, and how that changes if they work for a massage company or if they're self-employed.

6 Easy Places to Find Online Massage Therapy CEUs

Posted by Erin Hall on Oct 17, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Every few years, licensed or certified massage therapists are required to take continuing education courses to keep their credentials current. Continuing education units, or CEUs, include anything from a few hours of study to several days' worth of hands-on practice, depending on the topic chosen.

The number credits and type of classes you'll need will vary from state to state. Many massage therapy schools and other professional massage organizations will offer continuing education workshops that you can attend for a few hours or for a few days back-to-back. It's a great way to expand your skill set in an immersive hands-on training. 

But sometimes it's nice to take care of your credit requirements from the comfort of your own home. That's why online CEU classes for massage therapists are so popular.

The trick is finding online massage therapy courses from a legitimate source. 

In this article, you'll get tips on searching for online CEU options yourself, as well as 7 great online CEU hubs to get started. 

Massage Therapist Jobs: Private Practice vs. Massage Company

Posted by Erin Hall on Aug 15, 2017 8:00:00 AM

As a new massage therapist you may be wondering if you should work for yourself or find a massage company to hire you. Maybe you're even considering doing a combination of the two. 

If you're wondering which option might be the best for you, you're not alone. 

In this article, we'll lay out pros and cons of having a private massage therapy practice and of working for a massage company or spa. You can then choose for yourself which would be the best fit for you.