Why Esthetician Insurance Is the Best Way to Protect Your Business

Why Esthetician Insurance Is the Best Way to Protect Your Business

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Estheticians face a number of unique risks on the job. Whether you’ve been working as an esthetician for years, or are just getting started, you can’t hope to avoid the possibility that something will go wrong during a treatment. The best way to protect yourself from those risks is to purchase esthetician insurance. A client could trip and fall in your treatment room, get burned by wax, or have an adverse reaction to a chemical used during a facial. If this happens, you could be on the receiving end of a lawsuit. The costs associated with these suits are steep; however, if you’ve protected yourself with esthetician insurance, you may not have to pay a cent of it. Here are a few reasons why your business needs esthetician insurance: 1. Esthetician Insurance Can Protect You From a L... Read more

3 Reasons You Need Reiki Insurance

3 Reasons You Need Reiki Insurance

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Reiki teachers and practitioners alike are exposed to risks of lawsuits. Although the practice of attuning your students or performing Reiki on a client is generally safe, accidents can and do happen. Here’s a quick rundown on how your Reiki insurance can respond if you’re faced with a claim. Reiki insurance may cover you if you’re involved in a malpractice suit Reiki insurance provides protection for general and professional liability claims that may occur from your daily operations including teaching a student or treating a client. Without proper insurance coverage, a claim could negatively impact your business. A few common claims against Reiki practitioners include bodily injury from your practice or an accident, such as a trip-and-fall. Reiki insurance can lessen your risks of... Read more

Hot Stone Treatment Lawsuit Cost LMT $125,000: Why Massage Insurance is Cheaper than a Lawsuit

Hot Stone Treatment Lawsuit Cost LMT $125,000: Why Massage Insurance is Cheaper than a Lawsuit

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It is every massage therapist’s worst nightmare...an injured client and a $125,000 lawsuit. It happened to licensed massage therapist, Aria Hanson and it could happen to you. Massage insurance may protect you and your business from third-party claims, including bodily injury and defense costs. If you are just starting your career as a massage therapist or you have been in the industry for years, every massage therapist needs to carry massage liability insurance. Massage insurance doesn’t need to break the bank. If you're on a budget, our quality insurance coverage is paired with the massage insurance industry's cheapest annual price. Insurance is cheap compared to hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical bills and defense costs. The right insurance can mean the difference betwee... Read more

Advice From 4 World-Famous Hair Stylists

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As a hair stylist, odds are, you have multiple people coming into your salon every day with photos of what they want their hair to look like—even if getting their hair to look like one of those pictures is a long shot at best. Often, the inspiration for a client’s desired cut comes from a celebrity or model, whose look has come from a recognizable and famous hairstylist. While these hairstyles aren’t always attainable for clients who don’t have hours each day to spend getting their hair done, you can still give your clients a look they love. Here are a few pieces of advice from some of those famous hair stylists who are giving celebrities and supermodels the looks your clients want: Hiro Haraguchi Read Tracey’s full interview Hiro Haraguchi is... Read more

4 Ways to Heat Up Your Massage Treatments for Winter

4 Ways to Heat Up Your Massage Treatments for Winter

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Fall has arrived—hooray, pumpkin spice everything! However, before we know it, we’ll be transitioning into the frigid winter months. Spruce up your massage treatments with these small yet effective add-ons to keep your clients warm and happy and learn how you can safeguard your practice from potential risks. Heated Blankets Many therapists use heated blankets year-round, however, heated blankets are especially beneficial during ski season. The heat from the blanket not only helps keep clients warm, but it also draws blood to the muscle tissue prior to beginning your treatment. Safety tip: Double check the cord on the blanket and make sure that there are no frayed wires or damaged prongs before beginning your treatment. Tuck away the cord to help prevent trip-and-falls. Dry Brush... Read more