Fresh off the press, licensed massage therapist Rachel Beider’s latest work, “Massage MBA: Run Your Practice, Love Your Life” is a complete consulting guide for anyone interested in starting a massage practice or expanding their existing business. Coming from one of the most admired and popular massage therapists and businesswomen, “Massage MBA” addresses all the stiffness, tension and knotty areas felt by entrepreneurs with its nimble yet firm business strategies.
“Massage MBA” is the #1 New Release in Massage, and #1 New Release in Small Business categories on Amazon. The book is available on Kindle for Presale: https://www.amazon.com/Massage-MBA-Your-Practice-Love-ebook/dp/B08R2CD669/
Massage therapy works wonders for the body, but how does one go about creating a successful business practice? “Massage MBA” shares rich insights, combined with proven, measurable results. This book was written for massage therapists, but any wellness practitioner can learn from it. While massage school can make you an expert therapist, this book shows how to grow your practice into a flourishing business.
‘Overwhelmed’ is often the word that massage therapists and entrepreneurs say when asked about their business. Many are even confused about where to start and are often short on time trying to juggle unsuccessfully between operations and business development. No wonder big results escape many massage businesses, and many fail within a year of opening.
Rachel went through similar struggles at the start of her massage therapy practice. She eventually grew it into PRESS Modern Massage, an award-winning, multi-million-dollar group of studios. Her experiences, strategies, and wisdom are contained in “Massage MBA”, the guide to building up a successful massage practice and growing it beyond one’s dreams.
Aside from owning her successful massage company, Beider sits on the board of the Swedish Institute and Pacific College. As an author, her previous work is “Press Here: Massage for Beginners” which has sold upwards of 35,000 copies and has been translated into eight languages. She is also a contributor to Forbes, Entrepreneur, Inc Magazine, and her work has been featured in “O” Oprah Magazine, Refinery29, Allure, and more. In addition to managing her massage business, Rachel is available to wellness professionals for one-on-one consulting and guidance through her coaching business, Wellness Business Consulting.
For more information, please visit: http://www.wellnessbusinessconsulting.com