This is our archive of learning materials, blog content, pretty graphics, and more, ready for YOU to use in YOUR massage business marketing. These resources are all designed to help you get the support you need to manage, grow and enjoy your massage therapy practice.
- Finding Your Niche: a Super Quick Starter Guide
- 5 Examples of Brilliant Massage Practice Branding
- Creating a Simple & Effective Marketing Plan for Your Massage Business
- How to Focus and Prioritize in Your Massage Business: Essential Steps to Market a New Massage Practice
- From Email to Appointments 1: What You Need to Know to Get Started
- From Email to Appointments 2: What Goes Into An Email
Free Forms & Checklists
- One Page Creative Brief Word Doc & Text File
- Massage Intake Form– PDF
- Protocol for First Time Clients Checklist
- Event Planning Form Word Doc & Text File
- 10% off all orders of $35 or more at Jojoba Company.
- $10 off your first (or next) order, at PurePro.com and use the discount code BLUEPRINT at checkout
Free Blog Posts
You can find ALL of the graphics in one file here.
Please use this content for your Massage or Wellness Practice only. Do not use to advertise other business services.
You may NOT sell these graphics & images. You may not stick, sew, screen-print or cross-stitch these images on any thing and then sell that thing. But if you want to cross-stitch something and send it to us, that’s cool. Just sayin’.
You may NOT sell this content. Which is to say, don’t declare yourself a Marketing Consultant, flip six words around in one of these free blog posts and start selling this work to other massage therapists. Allissa will find out. She will call your mother and get you grounded. She will publicly embarrass you. Or not. You wanna risk it?
You are free to use this content as you see fit to market your massage or wellness practice. You do not need to give author or artist credits to the blog posts or graphics provided. That said, we strongly encourage you to customize the blog posts to make them your own. Add an intro, adjust the wording to sound more like you, or insert a personal reference. Toss a good Call to Action at the end with a link to your contact info or scheduling page. Don’t just take it, make it yours.
We reserve the right to make more rules and strong suggestions as we see fit.