Recent Massage Student Looking for a Table

I’ve been going to a community college for the last year, and I just got my certificate in massage therapy. I’m finally ready to go out on my own and take on clients. I’ve learned a lot of the course of the last year. The first thing that I need to do is find out where to buy a massage table that will work for me. I’m looking for something portable yet sturdy. I need to be able to set it up and break it down on my own without help from anyone else. I need to be able to carry it up and down several flights of stairs, and load it in and take it out of my car. These are important things to think about when shopping for a massage table.

I’ve found a few online resources that are helping me narrow down my choices. If I didn’t take a course in massage, I think I would be really lost right now. Knowing what to look for in a table has helped me filter some of these results down, and it makes the entire process a lot easier. There is one site online that actually walks you through the selection process, which I find extremely helpful. It asks you questions about what you intend to use it for. For example, it’s important to know if it will be used occasionally for personal use, or quite frequently for professional use.

I’ve put aside enough money to cover the cost of a high quality table, as well as any applicable tax or shipping charges I might be asked to pay. I’ll probably also request insurance on the shipping, just in case the table is damaged during transport or shipping. I’ll have to take a closer look at the website and see if this service is offered. If so, I think it’s a good idea.

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