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Massage Therapist Resources

Top 5 Companies for Massage Therapy Jobs

Posted by Emily Russon on Aug 16, 2017 8:00:00 AM

As a Licensed Massage Therapist, you have lots of career path options—all with different pros and cons.

One of the most common employment choices for massage therapists is to work for a massage company. There are perks to this—you don’t have to deal with the stresses of managing your own private practice, and when you work for a well-known company, clients come to you.  

Each massage company varies in mission, clientele, and massage type, but in this article we’re going to tell you about the 5 best massage companies for massage therapists to work for.

Related: Massage Therapist Jobs: Private Practice vs. Massage Company

 


The 5 Best Companies to Work for as a Massage Therapist


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Massage Therapy Jobs in a Spa

Massage Envy

With over 1,100 locations nationwide, Massage Envy is one of the most well-known massage chains. Each location is a franchise, so the management style and culture will vary depending on where you’re working. However, they should follow corporate guidance.

Working at Massage Envy will provide you with a regular schedule, a steady stream of clients, and the ability to leave work at work. You won’t have to worry about the finances of a private practice, as well as things like laundry and rent. You won’t have to travel, either. Massage Envy also provides training opportunities for their massage therapists.

 

Elements Massage

According to their recruiting videos, Elements Massage is focused on ensuring that their therapists are happy, healthy, and enjoy their work environment. With continuing education opportunities and encouraging therapists to trade massages regularly, they prove their commitment to their therapists.

Like Massage Envy, you won’t be required to travel around to different offices, and you’ll have the benefit of a regular work schedule. You won’t have to worry about overhead costs or the daily stresses of running a business.

As is common with franchises, management styles will vary between locations.

 

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Hand and Stone Massage

Hand and Stone Massage is another tradition spa-type option. You’ll have all the perks of working for a company—clients, no overhead costs, and no need to travel.

Again, the culture at each location will vary.

 

In-Home Massage Options for Massage Therapists

Zeel

Zeel is a unique addition to the world of massage companies. Zeel does do some corporate massage, but their primary focus is in-home massage. After you’re hired by Zeel, you’ll receive notifications through a mobile app when jobs are available. You have the luxury of picking your own hours and clients. You’ll be able to travel around to new places every day.

 

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Corporate Massage Jobs for Massage Therapists

Infinite Massage

At Infinite Massage, you’re hired as an independent contractor and you’ll specialize in corporate and event massage. Because you'll be working for lots of different clients, every day will be different from the one before!

 

Wherever you decide to work, massage is a rewarding career. You’ll find joy in bringing people a little peace and relaxation in the middle of their busy day.

And of course, Incorporate Massage is always looking for talented, dedicated massage therapists to join our team, as employees or as independant contractors. Check us out below: 

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