Massage Addict is the country's largest and fastest growing massage therapy company with locations from coast to coast. 100% Canadian owned and operated, this unique business model offers consistent and predictable recurring revenue (~80% of treatments paid by insurance), low investment and start-up costs and a quick ROI. Multi-location ownership, area development opportunities and financing available.
Here’s how opening a Massage Addict clinic adds up to success: Massage Addict is the country’s largest and fastest growing massage therapy company with locations from coast to coast. 100% Canadian owned and operated, this unique business model offers consistent, predictable recurring revenue (~80% of treatments paid by insurance), low investment and start-up costs and a quick ROI. Ours is a proven business concept that fulfills a market gap: the need for high quality, affordable therapeutic massage. There are opportunities for both single and multi-location ownership. The Massage Addict support system: The Massage Addict team is an experienced one. In fact, the head office team has over 130 years of combined experience in Canadian health and wellness/retail/franchise based businesses. But, what does that mean for you? It means they have the expertise and experience to support you through the process of becoming a successful business owner. The team is 100% focused on helping you at all phases of your journey – from the moment you become a Massage Addict Partner to the day you open and beyond! Some of the areas in which we offer both initial and on-going support are: real estate selection, operations/sales and customer service training, recruiting direction and support, operational procedures/policies and local marketing. Massage Therapy: A Growing Industry More than 35% of Canadians have tried Massage Therapy
- Benefits: Employers have incorporated massage therapy into their employee benefit programs in order to offset worker rehab and compensation costs.
- On the rise: More than 35% of Canadians have tried massage therapy— up 12% over the past 10 years. It’s the leading non-traditional form of health care therapy.