Massage Heights Announces Formation Of Therapist Ambassador Panel

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Massage Heights announced Wednesday the formation of its Therapist Ambassador Panel, a group of massage and skin therapists nominated from Massage Heights locations nationwide, including Amber Shara from Chattanooga. Created to promote open dialogue and collaboration amongst therapists, the Therapist Ambassador Panel aims both to elevate the lives of Massage Heights’ therapists and enhance the guest experience.

 “Our Therapist Ambassador Panel is an elite group of top-performing professionals who represent our most valuable subject-matter experts and are committed to supporting the integrity and positive growth of the massage therapy profession,” said Shane Evans, co-founder and president of Massage Heights. “Therapists are so critical in our day-to-day success, the guest experience and play such a vital role in supporting Massage Heights. Our Therapist Ambassadors will help us deliver the best services, resources, tools and products to our therapist community, ensuring that we provide the best work environment and guest experience possible.” 

The 11 Therapist Ambassadors from across the United States will tackle topics such as recruitment, retention, Retreat environment, training, education and other major issues that affect the massage industry as a whole. 

“The Therapist Ambassador Panel is an exciting opportunity to work together with my colleagues from across the country to shed light on the issues that affect our industry and contribute thoughtful ideas to promote the benefits of the massage profession,” said Jennifer Harmon, therapist ambassador and Retreat director at Massage Heights Independence Commons. “Therapists have an insider’s view into the day-to-day operations, so having a platform in which we can collaborate and openly share feedback with members of the corporate team is an opportunity to move both the brand and the profession forward.” 

The 2018-2019 Therapist Ambassador Panel members include: 

Amber Shara, Massage Heights Gunbarrel Road, Chattanooga, TN
Ashley Ford, Massage Heights Ironworks, Indianapolis, IN
Jennifer Harmon, Massage Heights Independence Commons, Independence, MO
Angela McGuire, Massage Heights Summit Fair, Lee’s Summit, MO
Maria Waits, Massage Heights Strongsville, Strongsville, OH
Allyson Amarais, Massage Heights Bandera, San Antonio, TX
Melissa Levin, Massage Heights Lakeway, Lakeway, TX
Angela Glenn, Massage Heights Buckhead, Atlanta, GA
Kelli Gill, Massage Heights Hammock Cove, Naples, FL
Micah Thompson, Massage Heights Lake Jackson, Houston, TX
Edin Demirov, Massage Heights Stonebridge Ranch, McKinney, TX


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