Are you a big-hearted bodywork therapist who is:
Thinking about raising your prices, but you’re not sure how to do it?
Fumbling for just the right words so that "calling to find out more" becomes "I'd like to book an appointment"?
Wondering how to reach out and what to say after clients come to see you the first time to ensure they become regulars?
Wanting to move in a new direction in your practice, but are afraid you’ll lose your current clients?
Trying to connect with other therapists to create a referral network, but you feel shy about reaching out because you’re not sure what to say?
Ready to take your practice to the next level, and you know it’s time to get a handle on the basics of your business?
If this sounds like you, I’ve got you covered.
You may be a terrific practitioner, but if you don't communicate easily and clearly with your clients, your practice won't be as full as it could be. You won't be able to help all the people who need your unique gifts and talents, and your business may not be able to sustain you and your family.
Enter the What Should I Say? A Stress-Free Guide to Connecting with Your Clients. It’s a step-by-step guide packed with done-for-you templates, forms, and examples of how to navigate the nuts and bolts of building a successful massage or bodywork business.
What Should I Say? came about as an extension of The Bodywork Project small-group coaching program. Students often asked me for examples and templates to use for interacting with clients, and finally one student (brilliantly!) suggested making these available to therapists who were not yet enrolled in The Bodywork Project.
What Should I Say? was born, and now is available to you!
In it, you'll find easy, ready-to-use templates that will help you:
Know what to say when someone contacts you to ask about your work.
Reduce cancellations and no-shows.
Comfortably follow up with clients and encourage them to return.
Easily welcome new clients into your practice.
Track and chart your monthly progress.
Project monthly, quarterly and yearly income and expenses so that you can plan for ups and downs.
Raise your prices with clarity and ease.
Clearly explain your policies so people know what to expect when working with you.
And even more...