Every commercial and web page out there is attempting to persuade you to take advantage of this opportunity. This is your opportunity to advance, to make a difference for yourself. This message of opportunity is continuously hitting our ears, whether it’s through a product or an educational programme.
It’s even more obvious when we learn about educational opportunities, because these are the things that speak directly to our hopes and dreams. Perhaps it’s the desire to earn more money, or perhaps it’s the desire to do something we’ve always wanted to do. In an ideal world, it will be both at the same time. The chance to make a good living doing something you enjoy is an admirable goal, and educational institutions all over the world are attempting to convince you that they can help you achieve it.
In the field of professional massage therapy, this is particularly true. What is the reason for this? Since it is one of those professions that many people want to pursue but are hesitant to do so for various reasons. There are several massage schools to choose from, each competing for new students.
The question you should ask yourself as a future massage therapist is: Which massage therapy school would actually prepare me for success in the real world? Which school will provide me with a complete set of academic, interpersonal, and administrative skills that will allow me to succeed as a professional massage therapist?
The solution may not be obvious at first, but with a little digging, it will become evident
Professionalism is number one
The workers in genuine spas should be immaculately dressed, polite, and knowledgeable. If you see the Spa Manager coming in wearing a suit, heels, and holding a Starbucks, it’s likely that it’s a Spa. Only the friendliest and most supportive workers work at Bali Health Lounge. We will always be able to respond to your inquiries, address your concerns, and have a high degree of professionalism.
2. Employees are referred to as ‘Therapists,' not ‘The Girls
One of the key reasons is that we have a male therapist; however, we still refer to our care providers as therapists while dealing with clients. We’ll also decline your request to ‘see’ them if you believe their nationality is important for any reason. Experienced, trained, and competent therapists who are treated as such can be found in a genuine spa. Many of our therapists have advanced degrees and participate in continuing clinical growth through training.
3. Reviews on Trip Advisor
If you’re looking to book a treatment and are wondering, “Hmm… is this a real massage venue…”, take a look at Trip Advisor. It’s doubtful that a place with happy endings will receive 5* reviews praising the tea variety, the soothing atmosphere, and the care quality. We value your feedback at Bali Health Lounge and always consider it. We also have a dedicated Client Service Officer who is there to make the customer experience as pleasant as possible.
4. The Procedures
5. We collect taxes and accept credit cards
While paying with cash is an option, it is not the only one. We aren’t a cash-only or cash-in-hand business. The same would be true of other legal spas. We hire all of our employees on a full-time basis and pay them National Insurance, Income Tax, and Corporation Tax. Every single fee.
6. The Services and Products
Our Herbal Tea isn’t an aphrodisiac; it’s a real beverage that can help you detox and unwind after or before your treatment. Furthermore, when you have an entire wall of high-end beauty products from a French brand next to your desk, you know they’re there for a reason. Teapots, oil burners, eye pillows, and other items aren’t usually sold in the less reputable establishments…
7. The Inside
You wouldn’t know until you walked in, but the decor is usually a dead giveaway. It becomes very obvious very quickly when the furniture is imported from Indonesia, there is expensive custom lighting everywhere, a large water feature, and wood-paneled walls with the spa logo. If it’s Feng Shui’d, you’ll get bonus Legitimate Spa points.