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Houston Licensed Massage Therapists Jobs: ’We Appreciate You’ Hiring Initiative Is Focus At West U., River Oaks, Galleria and Memorial Area Massage Envy Clinics


HOUSTON, TX, February 18, 2007 -- Houston licensed massage therapists who feel they’re going nowhere in their careers because of a non-supportive work environment are the focus of a job recruitment effort being conducted by David and Anne Glover, a Houston couple who own and operate four Massage Envy clinics located in the West University, River Oaks, Galleria and Memorial areas.

“Many talented Houston licensed massage therapists tell us they love what they do,” says Anne Glover. “They say they studied to become licensed massage therapists because they derive satisfaction from helping others. Unfortunately, they also tell us it is difficult to enjoy their work when the occupational environment is so poor.”

Glover says she is looking for “unappreciated” licensed massage therapists. “Our goal,” she says “is to be the employer-of-choice for Houston licensed massage therapists. We call it our ‘We Appreciate You’ hiring initiative,’ and we are serious about it. We know if we treat our licensed massage therapists right, they’ll turn around and do the same for our clients.”

Glover says Houston licensed massage therapists employed at their four Massage Envy locations benefit from:

o Hydraulic massage tables for every licensed massage therapist.
o Flexible shifts to fit each licensed massage therapist’s schedule.
o Up to $2,500-$3,000 monthly pay for fulltime licensed massage therapists.
o Paid time off.
o Paid CEUs.
o Costs covered for massage therapy license fees.
o Medical, dental and vision benefits.

“However, the most valuable thing we offer our licensed massage therapists,” says Glover “is respect. Their time, talent and education do not go unappreciated at our Houston-area clinics.”

Glover says she has openings at all four of her Houston-area clinics. “We are asking any licensed massage therapist working in the Houston area who feels he or she is employed in an unappreciative work environment to look at us and compare us to the other opportunities out there,” she says. “We want to introduce them to other licensed massage therapists who for us,” she says. “That’s the best way to find out who we are and how we conduct business.”

Glover says Houston-area licensed massage therapists interested in learning more about the West U., River Oaks, Galleria and Memorial Massage Envy ( clinics should email a resume to, or fax a resume to (713) 464-6372.

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