I recently renovated my massage therapy room in my massage practice in York.
Although, over the years, I have been gradually making changes to make it more inviting, I recently felt that it was time for a complete overhaul of my massage therapy room.
I decided to get the carpet replaced, have the wallpaper taken off the walls, have the walls skimmed and painted, have the ceiling and woodwork painted, and get more electric sockets put in. This sounds simple, but it was surprisingly involved…
First of all I had to get myself a temporary massage therapy room. This meant using a spare upstairs room. I had to put all the contents of that room in storage before shifting my massage couch and other massage paraphernalia upstairs. Much of the contents of the massage therapy room also needed to go into storage. I had scheduled everything but, as is often the case, more needed doing than I thought. The electrics were more complicated than they appeared they would be, the door was so thick with paint that it needed to be stripped back to the bare wood, etc.
I got the walls painted green and the rest white. The carpet is brown/beige speckled. I also replaced some of the pictures on the walls.
My massage therapy room is now looking fresher, and I am glad to be back in it, practicing as a massage therapist.