People struggle with pain and depression. Seeing this got me very interested in studying how the muscles control a person’s body.
With massage, I saw a way to help
I felt called to change careers and focus on healing people with massage therapy. I took my time to carefully choose the school that felt right: Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage.
After finishing massage training and getting licensed, in April 2013 I opened D. Hyde Therapeutic Massage right here at Salon Plaza. The studio fit exactly what I needed to get started. At first, I did massage just on the weekends and evenings for about 5 months, until I got laid off from my full-time job in the auto industry.
Sometimes a “curse” turns out to be a “blessing”
I felt this was where I belonged – at Salon Plaza as a massage therapist. I am determined to make it happen.
Right now I see eight to sixteen people a week, which more than covers my expenses. I still work part time in the auto industry just a few days to fill in. I plan to be full time soon.
If you desire a truly individualized massage, then please don’t hesitate to make an appointment. To give you a little incentive…
I’m offering NEW CLIENTS $10 OFF their first visit
12 Actions That WORK To Grow My Massage Business:
D. Hyde Therapeutic Massage website
Maintain a website with online scheduling
Facebook Page and stay active
Yelp and get reviews
My advice to people considering Salon Plaza?
PASSION + ACTION = SUCCESS
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