A friend asked me recently why I didn’t have more massage therapists working with me to build exposure for Nikken. I’m told that most chiropractors usually have a product they sell, usually a nutritional supplement or something along those lines. Most massage therapists I know rely entirely on their service for income. That just doesn’t make sense to me.
Service-based businesses are severely limited in the amount of income that they can generate. A massage therapist makes somewhere between $15 and $100 per hour in my area depending on if they work for someone or for themselves. Either way, they are limited by the number of hours they can work in a day, and by how many appointments they can get scheduled. It makes sense to have a product to help supplement their income for the times when they aren’t fully booked or want to take some time off (or they only make $15 an hour).
Chiropractors have figured that out.
I am a massage therapist and was introduced to Nikken by another massage therapist. In my opinion, Nikken’s magnetic products are the perfect match for what massage therapists do. Nikken’s magnetic items help a therapist’s clients to sleep better and take care of their issues between sessions. They even make magnetic massage tools that therapists can use during a session, and I do use them on my clients.
The bottom line is that, regardless of what company, massage therapists and other wellness practitioners must to have a product line to strengthen their income stream.
service: Massage Therapist
product: Independent Nikken Distributor