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Is price the most important consideration?

Is the cheapest price the best option?

We all love a bargain, and no one wants to get ripped off, right?  Many of us have gone for the “best price” and later, really paid for it!

Have you ever chosen the cheapest product or service? I have and I’ve lived to regret it. A number of years ago I purchased the bargain of the century – a flute for my daughter.   I was very pleased with myself; great brand, it was 40% off retail value.  What a bargain, I was chuffed at my clever research.

The fact that the seller took ages to respond; didn’t present all the facts didn’t make a difference; I was blinded by the ‘great price’!! The result?  It’s collecting dust and I purchased another one that actually works!

So what do they say; if you pay peanuts you get monkeys!

So how does this relate to massage in the workplace?

Well, now and again a new client will call us and the first they ask is “how much do you charge”, or “I just want to know the prices.”  Don’t get me wrong, price is a very real and important consideration but should it be the first and sometimes only consideration?

At Massage2Motivate we’re not the cheapest provider of massage; however we consistently exceed our clients expectations, and they always want us back! Regardless if the massages are fortnightly, monthly or a yearly event!  We are not forgotten, and it is for GOOD REASON!!

If you organise massages in the workplace or event massages what do you want to achieve?  Do you want to say at the end of the session, they were OK?  That was a bargain? We saved $50 or $100!

The feedback we get sounds a little like this:  “they were the best massages we’ve had”, “what a great experience” , “the office was just buzzing with energy”, and the classic, “we should have come to you in the first place!”

You will find that when you deal with our team at Massage2Motivate we are responsive, friendly and we are passionate about providing exceptional service. Our therapists are enthusiastic, well qualified and I promise you your staff will love the experience!

We might not be the cheapest provider but you will really notice the difference when you deal with Massage2Motivate.  In fact, you will want to tell your friends as so many others do!

Give us a call; we’d love to hear from you

What Makes a Good Massage Therapist?

Massage2Motivate understands the power of touch is a personalised experience, whether in a clinic, event massage, at home or corporate massage in the workplace.

A good therapist is fully trained and qualified.  Attention to hygiene and cleanliness is a critical aspect of their role. They also need to understand what pressure is required based on the physicality of the respective client. The therapist’s intention is to make their client feel better.  Caring for your client is expected.  All these points are at least the minimum requirements!

In addition to this, an Outstanding Therapist is also a brilliant communicator; building rapport & trust; has a genuine interest in their client’s wellbeing; understanding their clients’ needs.  This therapist comes from the heart, leaving their own personal issues, pre-conceived ideas and judgments at the door BEFORE interacting with their client.  Their focus is YOU, the client, caring for your health and wellbeing, absolutely, holistically!

So when you experience our power of touch, a gentle healing occurs, that cannot always be explained but is certainly appreciated.  It is a journey with an exceptional and uplifting experience provided by exceptional massage therapist.

Therapists from Massage2Motivate and staff are the heart and soul of our company. It’s their love of massage, their experience, attitude and qualifications that is our pulse!

Contact us to experience the Massage2Motivate difference.  Massage2Motivate insists that its therapists are fully qualified and insured for all our appointments of corporate massage, events massage & massage incentives in the workplace.

What’s been the best massage that you’ve received and why. If you’re a massage therapist what do you think makes an exceptional therapist?