As the weather cools, you must prepare your massage practice to make it as safe and comfortable as you can for your clients.
Check your Heating: Your Furnace needs regular maintenance so make sure it’s in good working order. It’s absolutely essential that you change your filters and clean ducting as necessary to ensure that your indoor air quality is healthy for you and your clients.
Safety First: Ensure that you are able to keep your walkways free of ice and snow so that your clients won’t slip and fall. Create a mudroom space where they can safely store boots and coats.
Control Humidity: If your practice tends to get dry thanks to the heating, consider getting a humidifier which will help to keep your clients healthy and comfortable. These can prevent clients from getting dehydrated or from suffering congestion while getting their massage.
Aromatherapy: Congestion can really hamper comfort and relaxation during the winter months, especially as you ask your clients to lie on their stomachs. Using aromatherapy oils in your diffuser or in your massage
oil can help to bring relief. Eucalyptus oil is especially good for decongestion.
Towel Warmer: Beat those winter blues with the warm and comforting feel of warm towels. You can really augment your massage practice with small touches of comfort for your clients.
Hot Stone Massage: Another way to help your clients relax and warm up over the cold winter months is with a hot stone massage. You can get a set of stones and a stone warmer for the cost of a couple of massages and you can offer your clients a whole new level of cosy winter comfort.
Spa Pro Massage Hot Stone Warmer 18 quart
This Professional Hot Stone Warmer unit is designed to be a key part of your hot stone massage treatment. The heater pan quickly warms stones to the typical operating range (125 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit). The easy to use dial control allows for fine tuning of the temperature setting. 18 quart capacity.
- 1450 watts
- 120 volts
- 2 pin plug
- 125 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit operating temperature