Perhaps your current position is not giving you the satisfaction it once did. Or maybe your industry is downsizing, you’re looking for something new, and you’d like to find a way of making a living that makes a real difference in the quality of people’s lives.
You can hardly get more directly involved in a person’s quality of life than performing a deeply felt personal service. Especially a service that affects a client’s health and happiness in such a profound way.
Considering Massage Therapy as a Second Career?
Do it if you like to improve well being. Do it for your desire to contribute. Do it to satisfy a strong desire you have to improve the lives of those around you.
Health and happiness are measures of a meaningful, satisfying life. If you are looking to create a higher level of wellness around you, for yourself, your loved ones, and people you meet–you might take a close look at massage therapy; a second career.
What to do? Get some catalogs from some schools online. Find out what is required in terms of education and training, certification and licensing. How much will it cost? How long does it take?
Look for a school with good career counseling, support and guidance. For this field in particular, the training can be very enjoyable, a great stepping stone to a second career you can pursue full time or part time.
Find a place that offers a lot of one-on-one instruction and a small group setting. Find yourself a better life!