Festival work available July/August
I'm looking for an enthusiastic and competent masseur to join a small team travelling to music festivals this summer, mostly in the south of England.
You will be skilled in On-Site Massage with preferably another therapy such as Thai, Shiatsu, Tuina as well. You will be able to "fix" people, not just give them a nice back rub.
You will be available to work Fri-Sun, have your own transport and tent (for camping, not working) and not be afraid of hard work.
In return you will get to hear some great music, enjoy some wonderful festivals and have an unparalleled opportunity to extend your experience by working on dozens of bodies with loads of differing problems.
If you think this is for you email email@example.com
May 29 2007 10:57AM
I would be interested in joining your team, i am qulified in indian head massage - which is seated fully clothed massage. I have more than two years experience as a holistic practitioner. I live in Twickenham area and have my own transport.
I would be gratful if you could send me some more information: firstname.lastname@example.org exact dates with venues and payment set up (do we pay you percentage?) etc
with warm regards
Jun 7 2007 3:32PM
I am a qualified in Sports,Deep Tissue,holistic,and IHM Massage and often bring these skills together to do onsite chair massage as well. Working at the festivals sounds interesting and fun please could you send me more information, my email is email@example.com I am based in Winchester, Hants
Aug 1 2007 11:16PM
This is exactly what I wanted to get involved in but have discovered your post rather late and am now booked up! Will you be doing the same thing next year? If so please can you keep me posted?
I'm qualified in Indian head massage, Reiki healing, Reflexology, Aromatherapy/Swedish massage, Facials, Hot Stone therapy, Hopi ear candling and by next year I'm sure I'll have added more to the list :-)
I know I've appreciated the odd foot massage at festivals for my dancing feet!
PS. email firstname.lastname@example.org