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Massage Therapist

Eastvale, CA

your.email@example.com
111-222-3333
www.your-website.com

Work Experience

Massage Therapist

Massage Envy, Mission Viejo, CA

May 2008Current

(VARIOUS LOCATIONS CURRENTLY EMPLOYED AT CHINO MASSAGE ENVY AND HAVE BEEN EMPLOYED AT ALISO VIEJO AND DANA POINT CLINICS) 
- In charge of correcting my schedule if there are any mistakes such as any break problems, clients that I may not be able to work on, and verifying any added days for coverage during the week. 
- Reviewing over the clients' intake forms to look over medical history, see if they are any major problems that are consistently being massaged, prior notes from other massage therapists stating anything in particular (ie- no scalp work), and to see if they are any medications being taken that I might have to adjust the massage for. 
- I greet the client when appropriate and walk the client to the massage room. From there I go over their medical history and ask if anything has been changed. Next I ask if there is anything in particular that I need to focus on such as back and shoulders. I then ask the client if he or she has any questions for me. If there is I answer them and from there I tell the client to either lay ace up and face down and exist the room so the client can disrobe.  
- During the massage I inform the client of all the benefits massage has to offer everyone. I also emphasize massage should be looked at as preventive care and not just a luxury. I realize that getting a massage can be very vulnerable for people so I do my best to make sure every client is comfortable and at ease. 
- I have practiced many different types of massage techniques and depending on the client will determine what technique I will provide. Some of these techniques include swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic, rehabilitation, aromatherapy, deep heat therapy, trigger point, pressure point,reflexology, prenatal, providing the female is 14 plus weeks along and no contraindications, hot stones, scrubs, and cold stones. I also practice 20 minute sessions, 50 minute sessions, 80 minute sessions, and 110 minute sessions. 
- After the completion of the massage I make suggestions that the client should follow through with such as drinking eight to ten glasses of water to flush out the body or showing what stretches can be beneficial.

Massage Therapist

Name- Self, Orange County, CA

Nov 2007Current

- In charge of scheduling appointments, which includes time management. Making sure the time doesn't go into the next session. This may mean calculating out if the client might want extra time, driving to the next client, and including traffic. 
- Have the client fill out the needed forms of release which will include a medical form and a release form. This means verbally going over the forms so there are no miscommunications. 
- The client then communicates with me what type of massage they would like to receive. 
- During the massage I inform the client of all the benefits massage has to offer everyone. I also emphasize massage should be looked at as preventive care and not just a luxury. I realize that getting a massage can be very vulnerable for people so I do my best to make sure every client is comfortable and at ease. 
- I have practiced many different types of massage techniques and depending on the client will determine what technique I will provide. Some of these techniques include swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic, rehabilitation, aromatherapy, deep heat therapy, trigger point, pressure point,reflexology, prenatal, providing the female is 14 plus weeks along and no contraindications, hot stones, scrubs, and cold stones. I also practice 20 minute sessions, 50 minute sessions, 80 minute sessions, and 110 minute sessions. 
- Keeping track of all expenses: receipts for gas, cost of linens, lotions, detergent/laundry, any added classes for further massage education, records of hours and clients.

Massage Therapist

Name- Dr. Pierson Chiropractic, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

Jun 2010Feb 2012

- In charge of correcting my schedule if there are any mistakes such as any break problems, clients that I may not be able to work on, and verifying any added days for coverage during the week. 
- Reviewing over the clients' intake forms to look over medical history, see if they are any major problems that are consistently being massaged, prior notes from other massage therapists stating anything in particular (ie- no scalp work), and to see if they are any medications being taken that I might have to adjust the massage for. 
- I greet the client when appropriate and walk the client to the massage room. From there I go over their medical history and ask if anything has been changed. Next I ask if there is anything in particular that I need to focus on such as back and shoulders. I then ask the client if he or she has any questions for me. If there is I answer them and from there I tell the client to either lay ace up and face down and exist the room so the client can disrobe.  
- During the massage I inform the client of all the benefits massage has to offer everyone. I also emphasize massage should be looked at as preventive care and not just a luxury. I realize that getting a massage can be very vulnerable for people so I do my best to make sure every client is comfortable and at ease. 
- I have practiced many different types of massage techniques and depending on the client will determine what technique I will provide. Some of these techniques include swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic, rehabilitation, aromatherapy, deep heat therapy, trigger point, pressure point,reflexology, prenatal, providing the female is 14 plus weeks along and no contraindications, hot stones, scrubs, and cold stones. I also practice 20 minute sessions, 50 minute sessions, 80 minute sessions, and 110 minute sessions. 
- After the completion of the massage I make suggestions that the client should follow through with such as drinking eight to ten glasses of water to flush out the body or showing what stretches can be beneficial.  
- This is an independent contractor position where I was responsible for my supplies. I had to make sure there were enough linens for every client that day, check for lotions and have options in case a client was allergic, and get the massage table checked out for any wear and tear to be careful of. 
- Most of the massage work was performed to loosen up the client's body so the adjustment would be much easier to achieve.

Massage Therapist

Hand and Stone, Mission Viejo, CA

Jun 2011Sep 2011

- In charge of correcting my schedule if there are any mistakes such as any break problems, clients that I may not be able to work on, and verifying any added days for coverage during the week. 
- Reviewing over the clients' intake forms to look over medical history, see if they are any major problems that are consistently being massaged, prior notes from other massage therapists stating anything in particular (ie- no scalp work), and to see if they are any medications being taken that I might have to adjust the massage for. 
- I greet the client when appropriate and walk the client to the massage room. From there I go over their medical history and ask if anything has been changed. Next I ask if there is anything in particular that I need to focus on such as back and shoulders. I then ask the client if he or she has any questions for me. If there is I answer them and from there I tell the client to either lay ace up and face down and exist the room so the client can disrobe.  
- During the massage I inform the client of all the benefits massage has to offer everyone. I also emphasize massage should be looked at as preventive care and not just a luxury. I realize that getting a massage can be very vulnerable for people so I do my best to make sure every client is comfortable and at ease. 
- I have practiced many different types of massage techniques and depending on the client will determine what technique I will provide. Some of these techniques include swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic, rehabilitation, aromatherapy, deep heat therapy, trigger point, pressure point,reflexology, prenatal, providing the female is 14 plus weeks along and no contraindications, hot stones, scrubs, and cold stones. I also practice 20 minute sessions, 50 minute sessions, 80 minute sessions, and 110 minute sessions. 
- After the completion of the massage I make suggestions that the client should follow through with such as drinking eight to ten glasses of water to flush out the body or showing what stretches can be beneficial.

Massage Therapist

Name- McFarland Chiropractic, Placentia, CA

Dec 2007Apr 2008

- In charge of correcting my schedule if there are any mistakes such as any break problems, clients that I may not be able to work on, and verifying any added days for coverage during the week. 
- Reviewing over the clients' intake forms to look over medical history, see if they are any major problems that are consistently being massaged, prior notes from other massage therapists stating anything in particular (ie- no scalp work), and to see if they are any medications being taken that I might have to adjust the massage for. 
- I greet the client when appropriate and walk the client to the massage room. From there I go over their medical history and ask if anything has been changed. Next I ask if there is anything in particular that I need to focus on such as back and shoulders. I then ask the client if he or she has any questions for me. If there is I answer them and from there I tell the client to either lay ace up and face down and exist the room so the client can disrobe.  
- During the massage I inform the client of all the benefits massage has to offer everyone. I also emphasize massage should be looked at as preventive care and not just a luxury. I realize that getting a massage can be very vulnerable for people so I do my best to make sure every client is comfortable and at ease. 
- I have practiced many different types of massage techniques and depending on the client will determine what technique I will provide. Some of these techniques include swedish, deep tissue, therapeutic, rehabilitation, aromatherapy, deep heat therapy, trigger point, pressure point,reflexology, prenatal, providing the female is 14 plus weeks along and no contraindications, hot stones, scrubs, and cold stones. I also practice 20 minute sessions, 50 minute sessions, 80 minute sessions, and 110 minute sessions. 
- After the completion of the massage I make suggestions that the client should follow through with such as drinking eight to ten glasses of water to flush out the body or showing what stretches can be beneficial.  
- This position was an independent contractor, but all supplies were available for use accept for the massage table.  
- Keeping track of how many hours were worked was mandatory.

Guest Service

Target, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

Jul 2005Sep 2007

- Greeting guests with a pleasant attitude. 
- Helping guests return items and answering questions they may have about returning items. 
- Provide helpful instructions when returning items. 
- If items are unused then placing them in the right bins to be returned onto the floor. 
- If the items are used then defecting them out and putting them in the correct areas. 
- Making sure the guest service area is neat and clean at all times.

Swim instructor

Name- Virgo Family Swim School, Garden Grove, CA

Jun 2000Aug 2002

- Teach from the ages of six months to adult years how to swim. 
- Take phone calls and schedule in lessons. 
- Help set up the pool and clean up the pool. 
- Handle money when setting up lessons.

Education

BA in Communicative disorder

Cal State Fullerton, Fullerton, CA

20122014

AA in sociology with an emphasis in liberal studies in social behavior

IVC, Irvine, CA

20082012

Massage Therapy

Irvine Valley College,

2007

Trabuco Hills High School,

2006

Skills

Deep tissue, rehabilitation work, swedish, hot stones, aromatherapy, trigger point, sports, two hour massages, prenatal at 14 weeks or further along, and reflexology.

Additional Information

Skills: 
1. Patient 
2. People person 
3. Good listener 
4. 15 ECE units from IVC
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