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Name For Massage Therapy Business
Posted by Anonymous on
6/3/2010 at 9:55 PM ET
Looking for some help on a name for a massage therapy business.
We will combinine the elegance of a spa with the therapeutic effectiveness of an injury clinic making our business the perfect option for those that live healthy and stay active.
Many of our treatments will have fun names ('the weekend warrior') though we still want to convey an image that treatments are beneficial and only a few are simply for relaxation.
The clinic will be located in the heart of the city of approximately 800,000 -we will have a storefront in located in a high traffic area.
We estimate our largest target market will comprise 60% women, between the age of 20-50.
When all said and done we would like our name/image to be recognized as having an innovated spa/clinic concept. Were not going to have a meditative theme like many spas or the feel of many doctors offices.
We want to attract those that live healthy and stay active.
Thank you for any help!!!
6/4/2010 at 7:25 AM
Give some serious thought to "Relax & Heal" for a name, and for a tagline to go with it, consider "Massage & Therapy Spa"
Obviously there should be a P.C (for Professional Corporation) after any name you select because you will have to incorporate. I'm suggesting "P.C." rather than Inc., Corp., Ltd. or LLC because of the therapeutic aspect of your business.
6/4/2010 at 9:03 AM
Mobility: A Massage Clinic
Pain Vacation: Therapeutic Massage Clinic
Rejuv: Therapeutic Massage Spa
6/4/2010 at 8:05 PM
Thank you. Totally going to sign up for a membership the advice and content has been so useful.
Still not stuck on a name. I very much like the suggestions for a tagline.
To anwser a few questions. Perhaps 'innovative' is the wrong word. Our treatment approach will differentiate our company. In combination with a massage treatment we will include other modalities such as ultra sound, icing, rehab exercises at the conclusion of the massage appointment.
I want to avoid the assembly line feel of most sports clinics, and I believe this can me accoplished with the add on modalities(ultra sound, exercises,etc).
I don't want clients to perceive the business as simply a place to go for injury rehab, but rather regular maintenance.
6/4/2010 at 11:55 PM
6/14/2010 at 10:18 AM
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Thanks for participating!
Carrie (Production Editor)
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