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How do I choose an insurance provider as a massage/beauty therapist?

Insurance for Massage & Beauty Therapists
Insurance for Massage & Beauty Therapists

Here are some key factors to consider when choosing an insurance provider as a therapist:


  • Public Liability Insurance: This is essential and covers you if a client gets injured or their property is damaged due to your work.

  • Employers' Liability Insurance: This is mandatory if you hire other massage therapists.

  • Additional Coverage: Consider options like legal expenses insurance, personal accident insurance, product liability insurance (if you use massage products), and business interruption insurance (if you can't work due to an accident).


  • Get quotes from multiple providers to compare prices. Be sure you understand what each quote covers before making a decision.


  • Research the reputation of the insurance companies you're considering. Look for reviews from other massage therapists and check the company's financial stability.

Customer Service:

  • Choose a provider with good customer service that is easy to reach and can answer your questions about your policy.


  • Some insurance providers specialise in massage/beauty therapy insurance and may offer tailored coverage and additional benefits.

Here are some additional tips:

  • Contact your professional massage therapy association. They may have recommendations for insurance providers.

  • Read the policy details carefully. Make sure you understand what is and is not covered by your policy.

  • Don't be afraid to negotiate. Once you have quotes from a few providers, you may be able to negotiate a lower price.

By following these tips, you can choose an insurance provider that will protect you and your massage/beauty therapy business.

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