We all believe in the healing power of massage. That's why we only do massage. More importantly, we change lives.
Your well-being and growth as a therapist is the cornerstone of our business. Elements Massage™ was founded by a massage therapist with an unmatched commitment to delivering the best therapeutic, healing massage experiences. We have a deep understanding and respect for the art of healing massage, as well as the physical and emotional energy it demands.
In fact, we developed a unique client-centered approach – The Elements Way™ – to ensure consistent, superior results for our clients and our therapists.
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The Elements Way™ not only delivers the highest client satisfaction in the industry, but it has powerful benefits for you.
Simply put, The Elements Way™ for your career involves:
- A shared belief in the healing power of massage.
- Active listening and responsiveness. Your input is welcome and encouraged.
- A rewarding team environment with a singular focus on massage where you are paired with the right client to encourage lasting professional relationships.
- A program of continuous improvement to help you continue to excel with mentoring, in-service training and continuing education assistance.
- A nurturing, professional environment with a flexible, consistent schedule and time off to rest your body.
- All the supplies and business support you need and a steady clientele so you can focus on delivering great massage.
We are proud to demonstrate the same level of commitment to our therapists as we have for our clients. Use the zip code search above to apply at one of our independently owned and operated studios. Follow The Elements Way™ to your new rewarding career path.
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