This Thai Massage quick tip helps you think of what to say to prospective Thai Massage clients to help turn them into actual clients.
The main takeaway here is to speak their language. Try to identify what they are looking for in a massage. What is their primary need and speak directly to it.
This process involves getting them to speak first and paying close attention. From there, make addressing their primary need the very first thing you talk about.
Once you have their attention then you can go into more detail about what Thai Massage offers, how you can help and what the massage session is all about.
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