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Would you book mobile massage services?

Poll closed Yesterday at 10:41 PM.
  1. Yes! That would be very convenient.

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. Nope/Doesn't fit my lifestyle.

    6 vote(s)
    66.7%
  3. Depends who the massage therapist is.

    2 vote(s)
    22.2%
  4. I currently get mobile massage.

    1 vote(s)
    11.1%
  1. Love2Massage

    Love2Massage Member

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    Nov 15, 2017
    Location:
    Edmonton
    Just wondering how many here have had mobile massage or would you consider it, why or why not?
     
  2. Robfireguy

    Robfireguy New Member

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    Apr 5, 2018
    Location:
    Calgary
    I choose mobile when I travel
     
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  3. gshawn9999

    gshawn9999 Member

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    Location:
    Edmonton
    I’ve tried 4 different women but totally legit. I sometimes prefer mobile so I can relax right after.


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  4. Spexx

    Spexx Active Member

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    Jun 13, 2017
    Location:
    Edmonton
    I go to massage to escape home and work, as well to get un-knotted or knotty, depending on the circumstances. Plus the relaxation provided by a warm, low lit room with soothing music is difficult to emulate with a mobile solution.
     
  5. Love2Massage

    Love2Massage Member

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    Location:
    Edmonton
    Yes I agree with this, I look for a nice setting when i go for massage. And I love creating a nice space for clients. But unfortunately I no longer have a location, and I'm toying with the idea of mobile services if I go back to doing massage.
    Thank you for the feedback and hopefully more will respond. :)
     
  6. Spexx

    Spexx Active Member

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    Location:
    Edmonton
    Sorry to hear about the loss of location. You’ve really had a rough go lately.
    I hope all goes well, good luck.
     
  7. northerbear

    northerbear Member

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    Location:
    Edmonton
    I do mobile when I travel but I really do not want to invite anyone to my home.
     
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  8. distinguished.gentleman

    distinguished.gentleman Active Member

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    Jun 22, 2016
    Location:
    Nirvana
    I agree with post from Spexx. I enjoy the environment provided by the masseuse, especially if they provide an all encompassing space/music/lighting vibe. Also, I think the increased overhead of having your own space would out-weigh the additional time and hassle of travelling to clients, carrying all your gear, and a table, sometimes upstairs.

    I understand that working out of your home has a lot of negatives, but finding a small room in a commercial building may provide a buffer (original Sunny comes to mind, older building, and she has a regimented schedule) I'm not sure, but I believe this is what you have tried just lately, but perhaps overhead was too high.
     
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  9. Love2Massage

    Love2Massage Member

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    Location:
    Edmonton
    Lack of the right space at the right price, yes. And I worked limited hours...so I pay for a full time space but would work part time hours.

    And I've worked from home in the past, just don't have the space anymore, plus downsides of inviting people into my house.
    I did do mobile in a smaller town before, I didn't mind it. The gear isn't a huge issue, the table is designed for it. :)

    I recently stopped massage and closed my space due to health, but when I go back to it...I'm just wondering if I should try to find a space again, be stuck in a lease etc...or try mobile for a bit.
     
  10. distinguished.gentleman

    distinguished.gentleman Active Member

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    I'm sure you've looked at all options, but possibly a room for rent in an existing salon/aesthetics spa might be a viable alternative. I'm sorry to hear that your health has affected your livelihood. Massage is definitely a profession where you need your 'A' game. A friend of mine has been a masseuse for 15 years, and she can only see a couple of people a day now. Very physically taxing.
     
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  11. Cabinman

    Cabinman Active Member

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    Location:
    Edmonton
    Possibly get involved with a top quality hotel sweety. They would take their cut, but you wouldn’t have a monthly commitment
     
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