Every Body Needs You

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The following blog post is sponsored by Massage Envy.

Right now, communities are filled with knotted necks, tense traps, and languishing lats—people who are all in need of your magical touch. So when you’re ready to return to your passion, a Massage Envy franchised location is ready for you, with brand standards around comprehensive sanitizing and disinfecting, and enhanced safety measures and training. Of course, you may still find many of the familiar things massage therapists love about Massage Envy franchised locations, like free CE, supplies that are always supplied, and an amazing, supportive team.

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Committed to safety and setting brand standards designed to promote a safe, therapeutic, and healing environment for service providers, clients, and everyone in between.

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Focused on health and well-being with strong brand standards, from training on infection prevention and control to enhanced cleaning and disinfection protocols and more.

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Feel good while doing good with self-care resources for both body and mind, exciting new services and enhancements, and the opportunity to positively impact the lives of your clients.

Your hands of healing have been sorely missed. We want you to get back to doing more of what you love, and feeling safe and confident every time you do it.

Learn more about Massage Envy franchised location careers and apply at jobs.MassageEnvy.com.

About Massage Envy:

Massage Envy, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a national franchisor and does not independently own or operate any of the Massage Envy franchised locations nationwide. The Massage Envy franchise network, through its franchise locations, is the leading provider of therapeutic massage and skincare service. Founded in 2002, Massage Envy has more than 1,110 franchise locations in 49 states that have together delivered more than 100 million massages and facials. For more information, visit www.MassageEnvy.com or follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook at @MassageEnvy. Each individual franchised location, not ME SPE Franchising, LLC ("MEF") or any of its affiliates, is the sole employer for all positions posted by a franchised location, and each individual franchised location is not acting as an agent for MEF or any of its affiliates. Hiring criteria, benefits, and compensation are set by each individually owned and operated franchised location and may vary from location to location. © 2021 ME SPE Franchising, LLC.

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