Lets Talk About Sports Therapy Massage

Mark asks…

Equine Sports Massage Therapy?

When does your advanced experience with horses have to start? I’m 16 and have some experience with horses but am thinking its a little late? Also, I took A-Levels and not an equestrian course or massage course so is it too late or can I do it after sixth form??
Thankyou for all advice and any extra tips! :)

admin answers:

So much human trauma and misery in the world and people want to massage horses?! Why don’t you train in something that helps children maybe?

Maria asks…

What can I do to start a home-based massage therapy business?

I would like to start a home based business for massage therapy with Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, Chair massage, and Sports massage. Can anyone tell me some advice and tips on how to start?

admin answers:

Are you already trained as a massage therapist? If not you are going to need to get some formal training. Then you need to check with your state if you require a permit. The next step would be to advertise your services maybe in the local newspaper or craiglist. Ofcourse you will need to invest in your different massage lotions and another great addition would be some business cards you can distribute to people you meet. Oh I almost forgot the massage table especially if you are based out of your home.

Nancy asks…

Where to start a career in sports massage?

I’m in the process of going to school for massage therapy. Ill be done in a little more then 3 months and i really enjoyed the sports massage portion of the class we took. I think thats the kind of massage i want to go into but i dont know where to start and how to get into it.
Also…Do i need a specific sports massage certificate to go along with my massage therapist certification?

admin answers:

There many jobs available online where you can apply for sports massage therapist. Some links are mentioned below:


Hope it solves your queries and doubts!

Mandy asks…

How can I do a massage therapy cover letter?

I have my certificate of massage therapy, and some of the classes were reflexology, sport massage, phatology, chair massage and ect

admin answers:

Where are you applying for a job? A spa? Doctor’s office? Gym? You’d make a little different per each setting. You’d outline your education, experience, expertise in the areas you mention above, and state why you’d like a job for each of the different areas like spa, dr office, gym.

Something like:

Dear Mr. Smith,

I am writing to introduce myself to you as a newly certified graduate of the Massage School of Sarasota. I’m responding to your advertisement in the local Employment News for want of a massage therapist for your (gym, spa, dr office).
As you can see in the enclosed resume, I have many different areas of expertise in the area of massage therapy including sports massage, phatology, reflexology, etc….plus two years of work experience during of which time I treated clients in the massage school setting. I believe that I could make a significant and valuable contribution to your (gym, dr office, spa).

I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss how my education and experience will be helpful to you. I will be contacting you tomorrow morning on phone to talk about the possibility of arranging an interview. Thank you for your time and consideration.


Massage Therapist

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