Program Coordinator's Information
Coordinator's Email Address
Coordinator's Phone Number
Incentive/ Appreciation Information
Incentive/ Appreciation Cycle
Please describe purpose for each cycle of interest.
For example: Monthly massage therapy rewards for members/employees who reach certain goals and expectations. Yearly party to show appreciation for employee morale.
Name of event
Day of the week that works best for service!
How many hours of services interested in?
Estimated start time of Program
When would you like your therapist to begin providing services
End time of event
When would you like you therapists to stop providing services
Address of Event
Additional information regarding location of event
Environment of event
Estimated number of guest present for event.
Any other additional information important for quality service?
How long would you like each guest to recieve massages?
Percentage guests will pay for service
Non-Business affiliation rate are $2/ min. Non-Business affiliations required to pay 50% of service based on hour. Business affiliate members rate is $1/min for service. Businesses are required to put a down payment of 50% of service cost.
Type of equipment
Table and chair massage are both excellent to provide services. Each option has its pros and cons that should be considered when hosting an event. Generally, table massage is perfect for full body treatment and ultimate relaxation as it allows the therapist to work on your muscles, such as feet, shoulders, back , legs, chest, stomach , arms, hands, and more. Basically, unlimited positions are do-able! On the other hand, seated massage is good for treating specific knots that are related to neck, shoulders, and other areas in a shorter sessions. Massage chair are mainly used for a quick stress-relief. You do not need much space for chair massage that's why this kind of massage is perfect at the office or in public areas.
Table (9'x9' of space per table)
Chair (4'x4' of free space per table)
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