Massage Insiders November/December Secrets for $100,000 Income is now online at




Cary Bayer

1051 Hillsboro Mile, Apt. 604, 

Hillsboro Beach, FL 33062

(954) 788-3380

Woodstock, NY

(845) 664-1883


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Webinar on Gaining New Massage Clients; 30% Sale on Massage Marketing Book; 25% Off Holiday Sale; No Shipping on Massage Book Trilogy; Free Coaching; Affirmation; $100,000 Video Secret: “How Often Should Clients Get Massaged?;” Column: “Word Watchers: Putting your Vocabulary on a Diet,” Class Schedule; Testimonial about Coaching; Face to Face to Facebook; Referral Fees; Books and CDs

Massage Book on Consciousness on Sale for 30% Off in November

To celebrate November, the anniversary of my learning how to meditate, I’m introducing a 30% off sale of my book,

Think and Grow a Rich Massage Business.

This 200-page primer on how to think like a successful therapist is the first in the Grow a Rich Massage Business trilogy of books. It shows you that everyone is a potential client; it also teaches you a variety of techniques to awaken your innate Success Consciousness; how to turn your consciousness into a powerful force that magnetizes clients to you. You’ll learn that you’re not just a bodyworker, but a lighthouse who can be empowered to bring healing to your community.

The book normally costs $20, but is available through November 30 for just $14. Usual shipping & handling of $3 per book applies to U.S. addresses.  To take advantage of this offer let me know by email ( or by phone (845-664-1883), as my website store’s shopping cart won’t be adjusted to take into account this 1-month-long sale.

25% off Holiday sale

In the spirit of the holiday season, I’m running a “25 percent off sale” from Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve on all of my products and services. That means my:

  • Coaching
  • Meditation classes
  • Books, CDs, DVDs, and mini-books

You can access a full description at the store at or

Because products at the sites are listed at their normal prices, I’ll send a 25% rebate if you buy on either site’s shopping cart. You can also place the order by email at (by including your credit card information), sending a check in the mail to 1051 Hillsboro Mile, Apt. 604, Hillsboro Beach, FL 33062, or by calling 954-788-3380. To enjoy the 25% off sale, please use the code NEWS SALE 17.   Please note: There’s a $3.00 shipping and handling charge per item for books, CDs, and DVDs.

No Shipping on the  

Grow a Rich Massage Business  

Trilogy of Books

You can now save more than 15% on the critical Grow a Rich Massage Business trilogy of books. The normal price of these three full-length books is $57, plus $9 for shipping and handling, but the shipping and handling is now being waived for anyone living in the U.S. (There is a shipping fee for overseas addresses.) You can take advantage of this offer at

Free Coaching

To celebrate November, the month I learned to meditate many moons ago, I’m offering a complimentary half-hour coaching session for the first MT who’d like to make more money in his or her massage business, who contacts me by phone (845-664-1883) or by email at It’s my way of giving thanks for the great life that I’m blessed to live. To spread these marketing secrets around for those who haven’t yet learned them, there are four restrictions, so please read them carefully:

1) You haven’t already received a free coaching session from me.

2) You’re not currently involved in a series of coaching sessions with me.

3) You book the session within three days of winning, so if you call or email, check my response and respond in time. If you forget, your place will be taken by the next therapist on the waiting list.

4) You take the session before November 15.


Here’s an affirmation from my massage therapist ebook on affirmations.

“The more I give, the more energy I gain.”

Affirmations for Massage Therapists,

$100,000 Video Secret

In less than one minute this video will empower you to know how to inspire your irregular or lapsed clients back to your taaable. It’s called “Lapsed Clients.” Here’s the link:

Column: The Universal Language of Massage

Vacationing recently at the Caribbean resort of La Samanna in the French part of the beautiful island of St. Martins, I opted for a massage in the luxury hotel’s spa. Little did I know when I booked the session that the therapist who’d be treating me that day would be French-as in not-speaking-a-word-of-English French. Having learned Spanish in high school and college, I was unable to comprends

my masseuse.

But she could communicate with me. And it’s not because she studied English in college. It’s because she studied massage after college.   Massage, I would soon realize on her taaable, is a universal language. Pascale, my French therapist, spoke it fluently. What this Gallic masseuse also demonstrated (it dawned on me while I settled into a more relaxed state of consciousness as she worked my feet) was a transportability of talent, a gift that she could take wherever she chooses to go on planet Earth. Wherever Pascale is, so are her hands, and that can carry her further in life than her feet ever will.

She demonstrated to me a powerful reality that so few massage therapists, who work on the muscles and bones of others, really know in their own bones. And that is, that they’re highly employable and can go to work in the cities of their choices. This is an important fact that could give you, if you’re a massage therapist, far greater freedom than you probably have ever realized.

Are you doing Thai massage at an office in Ohio but are secretly hankering for hot stone at a clinic in California?   Go west, young woman. Are you doing deep tissue at a chiropractic office in Michigan but are you really sweet for a spa in Arizona? Go for it.   Are you busy doing sports massage in Minnesota but would rather do cranio sacral in Florida? You have a portaaable set of skills; take them wherever you’d like.

This capacity to move and work how and where you’d like applies beyond the borders of your state as well. I’ve taught continuing education classes at a couple of Florida State Massage Therapy Association state conventions and nearly 10 different chapter meetings, and I’ve privately coached dozens of therapists from Key West to Pensacola, so many of whom talk about the summer as their slow season.   (That concept warrants its own column–tune in at a later date for that.)   If it’s slow where you are, and you have the freedom of movement, then go where it isn’t slow. Sure, if you have a family and kids in school, it’s not easy to pack up your gear and go elsewhere. But many therapists are single and do have that freedom. Few, however, have a visceral realization that they speak a universal tongue that’s heard and desired everywhere. And that–more than any other reason–is what keeps most therapists here during the “slow season” instead of in more populated locations for a summer of massage in more delightful climes.

Choosing to work in the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina, the Catskill or Adirondack Mountains of New York, the shores of southern New Jersey, or the cape in Massachusetts means that you’ve gotten the message that massage is portaaable. You already take your taaable into your car for outcalls that might require drives of twelve miles. So why can’t you pack it into your car for a drive of twelve hundred miles?

Speaking your universal language in cooler climes enables you to choose an appealing lifestyle, something I personally relate to. When I first came to Florida in the winter of 1997, it was for one cold February. As I discovered that my work, too, was portaaable, I expanded snowbird getaways to three months. Within two years, I’d bought (what I thought was) a winter home in south Florida. It didn’t take long to see that the delightful weather was quickly transforming me from a snowbird who spends four months per year in the Sunshine State, into a summer refugee, who leaves the humid summers for the mountain breezes of legendary Woodstock, New York for five months. Whenever I tell people of my two homes (seven months in Florida and five in New York), I invariably hear the expression, “best of both worlds.” Well, guess what; depending on your personal situation, you might be able to have the very same–even if your northern home is a rental.

When you recognize that you speak a universal language, you also understand that virtually everybody wants what you offer. It’s important that you speak it daily, many times every day. Doing that every day might even bring so many new clients onto your taaable that, while other therapists complain of their slow season, you’re busy massaging in July as if it were January. And you won’t need to think about going anywhere else to find clients. This means that you will have broken through the limited thought that you–and probably every massage therapist whom you know–have about how hard it is to find new clients.   The deeper truth isn’t how you can get new clients, but rather on who is going to become your next client today. This one shift in consciousness is so powerful that it can literally transform your entire massage business.

Who will become your next client? Is it the lawyer at the chip dip at the party whose stiff neck is crying out desperately for deep tissue work?   Perhaps it’s the single mom of three on the mat next to yours at your yoga class who’s bending and stretching to relax her harried nerves.   Or maybe it’s your tennis partner or opponent who needs to soothe her aching tennis elbow or tight hamstring?

In cities like New York, Los Angeles or our own Miami, which have high concentrations of Latin American citizens, you’ll frequently run across stores that have signs in the windows that read, “Se habla Espanol.” In other words, “Spanish is spoken here.” It’s time that you put an analogous sign on your forehead that reads, “Universal Language of Massage Spoken Here.” Those Spanish signs help those merchants succeed; your sign can help you, too.

Testimonial on Coaching

“Coaching with Cary is like having a supervisor that supports you and wants to see you succeed at your job. I am motivated to get out of my own way and get things done to market my business. My income has increased because of the work we have done together.”

–Diane Minutilli

Massage therapist

Saranac Lake, NY

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Referral Fees

When I ran my own marketing/PR firm, I loved thanking anyone who referred a new client to me, by sending a check for 10 percent of the fees generated. I have a similar policy as a life coach. If you inspire someone to become my client, you’ll receive 10 percent of the fee that that person begins coaching with me at. That could easily mean a check for you of $105 or $65. It’s my way of saying, “thanks.” My thought is simple–who couldn’t use a piece of unexpected income

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Peace & Prosperity,

Cary Bayer