(See My Current Earnings Below...)
Try doing massages!
You set your own hours and rates, and only work when a client books you.
Hi my name is Lee.
And maybe like you, I've also been there. You know...
Sending out resumes and waiting for days, weeks and months, only to hear nothing back... or finally getting a 9-to-5 job, but paid less than minimum wage after taxes or due to the high cost of gas prices and then realizing you were stuck with a crazy boss that could fire you at any time. Ugh.
This nightmare stopped when I stumbled upon massage purely by accident.
I started out with absolutely no skills or experience, and now with nearly 4 years in the business, I want to show you the very best of what I've learned so you can quick-start your massage journey and start earning money for yourself.
Massage is a great way to earn a full-time income, part-time income or just supplement your current income with the idea of maximizing your rate while minimizing your hours spent working - so you can have more free time to play or rest in your day.
Yes, your results may vary for you on how much effort you put in, but I can guarantee that you don't have to wait 3 years to start charging $80 an hour (I started at $50 and raised my rate only $10 per year!)
And as an insider who has had experience from the real world, I know what it's like and I will show you step-by-step exactly how and what you need to know to start making side income as a masseur... even if you have no idea what to do right now.
Click on the 'Enroll in Course' button below to get started.
What is this?
This is simply an online course that was created by me from 4 years of working as a masseur. It documents what I've learned and is designed to help people make money by giving massages even if they have never done a massage before. The course is in audio format. Each module is 10 minutes long and you can go through it at your own pace.
Do I need any skills or experience to start making money as a masseur?
Nope! I started by complete accident and learned as I went a long. It only took a few weeks for me to learn a massage routine that I could use on clients over and over again to get paid. Massage is actually not the main thing you need to learn; it's getting clients. You can have a world class massage but still have no clients, or an average to above-average massage and have clients. This course is focuses more on the psychology and business of massage.
But don't I need a license?
Absolutely not. Everyone told me I needed to get one to become successful. But after going through hundreds of clients I have accepted that if a person wants to pay me money to give them a desired result, then it is okay as long as I don't claim to be healing them or doing anything sexual with them in any way, shape or form. (If you however want to work for someone else, like at a spa or hospital, then yes you absolutely need a license.)
Who am I going to be working on?
Most of my client base are older (talking over 50), gay men. As a straight man, I felt uncomfortable at first, but then I realized that they were great customers to work with, and they even left really good tips! Keep in mind that older people generally have their careers set so will be able to afford massages, compared to younger people out of college or just getting into the workforce.
What kind of massage am I doing?
I just do a massage style called Swedish massage. It is 60 minutes long and covers the entire body, excluding the private areas. I recommend doing this when started out. (Note this is not a sexual massage or a medical message in any way it just helps a person relax.)
What do I need to get started?
You need 4 things: 1) a client or person to work on 2) a room for you guys to be in 3) a table or something where your client can lay face down on 4) a lubricant like oil or cream to use on the client so that the massage feels smooth.
How much should I charge?
Starting out I would recommend charging $40 an hour. However if you are ambitious you can charge up to $80 or more an hour and see if any one will book you. It's all about testing!
How long will it take to get my first client?
It depends. If you buy the course and do nothing, then nothing will happen. But if you buy the course, follow the instructions, put up ways for people to notice you, learn how to do a basic massage, and give one, you can literally do this in a day or less. Once you are comfortable with doing a massage and become better at your marketing, then congrats you will have learned a long-term skill that can generate you money as long as you repeat the process.
What if I have problems?
If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email at [email protected]!
Do you accept Paypal?
Yes! Once you checkout, you will be taken to a page with the option of paying through credit card or Paypal. Fill in the information and when you are done, you will be taken to the main product page where you can begin the online course!
Case Study: Client Ad
Take a look at the picture on the left.
This person's name is Neil.
He saw my ad on Craigslist.org.
The ad cost me 5 bucks.
Scroll down to November 9, 2019.
I gave him a 1 hour massage.
He paid me 80 bucks.
And left a 20 dollar tip.
I paid the owner $10 to rent the room for 1 hour.
So my initial cost was $15.
My gross profit was $100.
And my net profit was $85.
I'm going to teach you how to do this...
Plus 3 other advertising strategies that I use to generate new clients!
Below is what the course looks like. It is 1-2 hours long. It is designed to show you how to 1) Get a new client 2) Learn how to massage 3) Massage the client 4) Get paid 5) Repeat and improve your skills!
"Bro I just got my first booking for next week! Thank you 🙌🏼 "
I hate it when people try to sell you something when they're not doing it themselves, which is why I practice what I preach. I continue to do massages even as you're reading this right now and have taken pictures of my earnings since April of this year. Payments were taken from my Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime after the massage session was over, so I'm sorry for some of the blurry images. My current rates are $80/60 minutes, $110/90 minutes and $140/120 minutes. To see how much tip was left by the client, you would just subtract the rate from the total amount. Sometimes I give discounts during the week, which is why you'll notice the total amount slightly lower than the current rate. Because of a busy schedule, it is hard for me to update my proof of income every day, but I'll try my best to keep you posted weekly!