After years of working for others, Jen had developed a pretty clear idea of how she wanted to run her business, and it wasn’t with a rub and run mentality! Combining physiotherapy with pilates rehabilitation, Jen's goal is to never have to see her clients again.
Michael started his business out of a desire to create an environment that was in line with his core values: one that he would want to train at. Unable to find that perfect space, he built Integra: a gym with a client-defined approach to training.
When you start a beauty or wellbeing business, you are an entrepreneur. Which means on top of providing amazing service, you have a business to run. We collected some advice from five entrepreneurs to give you a bit of a leg up, because we love helping in every way we can.
This month, we’ve rustled up some tips from across the board, so there should be something to tempt you all!
Appointment scheduling software: it’s what Timely is! But what does that actually mean? If you’re just starting to think about switching over from a paper diary, here’s a little crash course on what you can expect.
For Lesley Logan, becoming a Remedial Massage Therapist was a very personal journey. And it’s that personal journey (and personal experience with chronic pain) that has brought a deep empathy to her practice.
HAUS No3 combines a passion for health and fitness, with an admiration for good design and craftsmanship. And when you step foot in this beautifully crafted studio, you witness their skills coming to life.
We’re super excited to announce that we’re opening an Aussie office!
Like athletes whose sport is their livelihood, we massage therapists rely on high-performing bodies. We might not be sprinting around or ducking any punches, but to do our job efficiently, enjoyably and without injury, we still need to think of our bodies as athletic tools and care for them accordingly. So who takes care of us massage therapists?