What counts as a good massage therapist? Someone who understands customers’ needs and offers best services to fulfill their desires? Or someone who always seeks to extend customer experiences by seeking new skills and knowledge?
Whichever applicable in one’s situation. Constantly learning and improving massage therapy skills and knowledge are essential. Let’s look at some reasons why studying new skills such as Traditional Thai Massage is a good idea for an already Remedial Massage Therapist.
Provide clients with better experiences
There are always new things to learn in massage therapy. By learning Traditional Thai Massage, a Remedial Massage Therapist can deliver amazing service to clients with new and improved stretching techniques, embracing deeply rewarding oriental philosophies into your practice.
If you’re already a certified Remedial Massage Therapist doing an add-on course like Le Spa Traditional Thai Massage will demonstrate the commitment to professionalism, potentially taking massage therapy career to new horizons. Our course will provide you with Continuing Professional Education Points (CPE/CPA) to your yearly membership with Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA).
Extend The Menu Treatment and Services
Traditional Thai Massage can be offered on its own as a treatment or can be combined with other treatments to create your own authentic signature services, including lazy yoga, and deep tissue massage.
Broaden the client base
Having new Traditional Thai Massage skills will extend both knowledge base and client base. Being able to offer a range of services, from sports players to elderly people, to those who prefer a more holistic and oriental style means more advertisement to a wider audience and essentially bring in more business. If a therapist relies on word of mouth for referrals, this could be a major benefit.
Increase motivation and career satisfaction
Gaining new knowledge will keep a Remedial Massage Therapist interested and satisfied as one builds up the client base and experience. Keep your fire alive by challenging oneself to learn new things and getting out of the comfort zone.
Continuing education classes are also a great way to network with other massage therapists, swap experiences, contacts and make some great referral partners for the business.
Nationally recognised training courses
The course is approved by Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) and recognised by the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT), of which Le Spa Massage Academy is a Platinum Training Provider. We adhere to the highest academic teaching standards to ensure our quality. Without spending much time and money to travel to Thailand to study Traditional Thai Massage. Enrol today to learn outstanding evidence-based tuition and cutting-edge teaching methodology from leading massage therapy practitioners.