Therapist in Salon
Shaakya Salon and Spa
•Provide manicures and pedicures
•Give various types of facial and body massages, including hot stone and reflexology
•Conduct skin analysis (face and body)
•Manage appointments once after they walk in to the salon
•Warmly welcome customers upon their arrival
•Update client records with contact details and treatments received
•Provide advice on makeup products and techniques based on each client’s needs
•Cross-sell beauty products and additional treatments, when appropriate
•Ensure all areas are clean and equipment is sterilized before use
•Working as a body therapist is a highly physical job, so practitioners need good health and physical stamina. Body therapists need good communication, interpersonal, business, and networking skills.
•A therapist uses natural healing methods characterized by a mind-body approach to wellness.
•Body therapists using a number of different techniques, including acupressure, massage therapy, reflexology, and shiatsu or sports massage to relieve stress, alleviate muscle and joint pain, enhance emotional and mental well-being, and boost immunity.
•Body therapists conduct a brief interview with their clients and then perform bodywork to meet the client’s needs. They generally work in a quiet setting and often use oils, lotions, or scented candles to enhance the experience.
•Body therapists’ other duties may include billing, networking, marketing, and scheduling.