‘Knowing Your Limits’ – or
Being all ‘Grown Up’ and getting a proper website!
Those of you who know me will be aware that I’m not exactly a computer whizz kid! In fact, I do everything I can to avoid having to spend time in front of any kind of screen – I don’t even have a TV!
I would much rather be out walking in the Somerset countryside, practising Qi Gong, playing my Shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute), nose in a book – well, just about anything to be fair!
However, I’m aware that these days, you are expected have a website. People want to check things out first –
They want to get a feel for the therapy;
Imagine themselves at the Laughter Club;
Know what’s expected of them at a Sound Bath.
At this point I can only extol the benefits of knowing someone (in this case, the wonderful Sarah Logan – sound the trumpets!) who is prepared to swap website-designing skills for massage!
Self-employed therapists like myself are notorious for trying to do everything themselves. We know it’s not enough to excel at the therapies we offer in order to make a success of our business – we also need to be PR and Marketing Manager, Book keeper, Office Manager, Secretary, and on and on…
At times, however, I believe there is great value in sticking to what you are good at and utilising the skills of others. This is one such time for me – I am no website designer!
So, here it is folks – please give a big hand
for my brand new website!
Check the site for dates of events such as Sound Baths and for special offers. Even better, sign up to my mailing list to guarantee receiving notifications of all forthcoming offers and events.
I look forward to meeting you in the future.
Wishing you all a peaceful and tranquil festive season