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Massage therapists have the knowledge and skills necessary to treat clients by using touch to induce relaxation, relieve pain, improve circulation, rehabilitate injuries and boost general well-being. They do this by manipulating certain muscles and soft tissues. Massage therapists may work in several different types of settings, from spas, hotels and fitness centers to hospitals, private offices, and private homes.
Qualification requirements vary greatly from one state to another. Enrolling in a massage therapy program will help you master the techniques and modalities of that particular type of massage. Some massage therapists specialize in only one type of massage while others specialize in two or more types. Physical strength and stamina, manual dexterity and empathy are some of the requirements of this role. Massage therapists must also have excellent communication, customer service, and decision-making skills along with a friendly demeanor.
When interviewing you for a massage therapist job, the interviewer will want to know more about your interest in massage therapy and which particular technique you are skilled in. They will also want to know why you chose to become a massage therapist and what you think are your strengths in this role. At mock interview questions, you will find some commonly asked questions at massage therapist interviews. Reading through these will you be better prepared for your upcoming interview.