Q. I am NOT qualified therapist. Can I still advertise on the site?
A. Yes, you can. Profiled ‘therapists’ and ‘advertisers’ should be at least a keen massage giver, positive energy ‘body worker’, or passionate trainee massage. It is advisable to inform your clients about your qualifications and type of massage you provide best.
We do not take any responsibilities for any individuals actions.
Q. I am a Therapist and have signed up, how long will it take before my profile is on the site?
A. Your account will be available instantly upon your activation of your email. If you need your profile to be verified, we will need to see your pictured ID along with a selfie so we can verify your account.
Q. Do I need a certificate to work as a massage therapist?
You don’t need a degree to become a massage therapist – in fact, there are no set massage therapist training requirements.
But if you’re just establishing yourself, and you need to build your client base, having a qualification they can trust will give them confidence that they’re in safe hands. It may even be the deciding factor when they’re choosing which massage therapist to book with.
Q. UK massage therapy accreditation bodies
Massage therapists may be accredited by the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT), or the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). Registering as an accredited therapist gives your clients added reassurance that they’re in safe hands.