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So tips I'd have for someone that's thinking about getting into massage is to look at your state's regulations and make sure that you know what to expect going forward. It's probably going to take at least a year from start to finish until you're actually working as a massage therapist.
One of the biggest things that happen in massage is the burnout. It's laborious work and if you're not taking care of your body and you're not really doing self care, it can really hurt your body and you won't be able to do the work anymore.
People might not really think about and really this goes for any trade type of work is the fact that you can use your services for other goods and services. So for example, I give someone a massage who happens to do hair and that person will do my hair. I haven't paid for hair in over 10 years. That's amazing. Some of the other fun things that I've traded for are Scotch, specialty wine, electrical work for my house and an array of other amazing things. Things you wouldn't even expect.
If you really want to succeed as a massage therapist and really just make as much money as you can, I would suggest opening your own place. Work as a massage therapist yourself but run a business with other people working for you. But just working on your own, you'll do well but you're not going to make a lot of money.