My Review of “The Magic Touch: How to make $100,000 per year as a Massage Yherapist”

"How To Make $100,000 Per year as a Massage therapist" Review

“How To Make $100,000 Per year as a Massage therapist” Review

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“The Magic Touch: How to make $100,000 per year as a Massage Therapist” by Meagan Holub is a must read for everyone in our profession.  I literally could not put this book down.  I loved it so much I wrote a review highlighting what I loved about it and why I believe Meagan to be a true gem for each of us.  Meagan is a true healer and business woman all wrapped into one.  This is something that all massage therapists must strive to be if they want to create success within this industry.

You can grab a copy from Amazon below

The Magic Touch: How to make 100,000 per year as a Massage Therapist

And Make sure to tune into Massage Therapy radio on Thursday February 11th, 2010 @ 9:00pm eastern to listen to Meagan’s interview.  You can sign up by going here:

All my best,

Ann Ross

4 thoughts on “My Review of “The Magic Touch: How to make $100,000 per year as a Massage Yherapist”

  1. Jessica Weagle

    I have not read the book…. And I think it is important for new MT’s to realize that there is no magic potion to build a business. And being self employed is not for everyone. I have found through the years that if I surround myself with other successful people in their profession I was able to pick their brains for ideas and people love to share about their successes.

    When therapits realize that you need to be a sales person first and not an MT. You will have a much more succesful career

  2. Meagan Holub

    Thank you for the beautiful review Ann. I’m so glad that the book inspired you- that was my intention when I wrote it.

    I wanted to point out to Jessica that you do not always need to be a sales person first, and a Massage Therapist second. Particularly not if someone else is motivated to sell your services for you. That is just one of the secrets of success that I discovered in my career and have shared in this book.

    I was always a Massage Therapist first. No one should have to give up their identity as a healer to succeed. There are many different avenues to success in this profession and have only begun to uncover the areas for potential growth and expansion. Sometimes you only have to see an untapped area where massage services should be provided, educate this fact and sit back and watch the business grow. Sometimes it isn’t so easy. But I believe, as do you, that Massage therapists should surround themselves with as many positive influences as possible to uncover which path is best for them.


  3. Kimberly Robinson, LMT

    I have been in this field for 13yrs…. owned my own massage therapy studio for 9. Now, i am a little burnt out.. would love to hire other therapist to work for me. Thing is.. my clients (most of them) wont want anyone else & I need to bring in more new clients for the incoming therapist to work with.

    Help, I’m stuck & no one else understands this industry!


  4. Ann Ross Post author

    I understand! Have you tried hiring a new therapist to delegate some of your work too? You might be surprised how open some of your clients are to seeing someone new. If they trust you, they will trust your judgement in bringing in a new therapist. Charge less for the newer therapist to incentivize them. It can all work out if you find the right person! :)

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