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OFFICE SUPPLIES

1. Air purifier
2. Antibacterial soap
3. Appointment book
4. Autoclave
5. Bookshelves
6. Brochures
7. Business cards
8. Calculator
9. Candles
10. Carbon monoxide detector
11. Ceramic or disposable cups
12. Chair for your desk
13. Charts (Muscle, Reflexology, ect…)
14. Coat rack
15. Computer
16. Copier
17. Desk
18. Disinfectant for cleaning equipment and floors
19. Diskettes or CD for backing up information
20. Display case (For products)
21. Electric hand dryer
22. Enclosed Cabinets for linens
23. Envelopes
24. Fan
25. Fax machine
26. File cabinet
27. Fire extinguisher
28. First-Aid kit
29. General ledger book
30. Gift certificates
31. HCFA 1500 forms
32. Humidifier
33. Ink (For printer, copier and fax machine)
34. Kleenex
35. Lamps
36. Laundry soap
37. Magazines (Waiting area)
38. Magnets (for business cards)
39. Manila folders
40. Massage office program (SOAP notes & Billing)
41. Message pad
42. Music CD’s
43. Other office decor
44. Paper
45. Paper clips
46. Paper towels
47. Pens/pencils
48. Phone with automated answering system
49. Pictures for waiting area
50. Pillows
51. Plants
52. Post it notes
53. Printer
54. Products to sell (Candles, Music, Ect…)
55. Receipt book
56. Safe (Hold your money)
57. Sheets (at least 5 twin size sets)
58. Shelving
59. Small refrigerator
60. Smoke detectors (At least 2)
61. Soap dispenser
62. Software for computer
63. Space Heater
64. Spray bottle (For cleaning your table)
65. Stamps
66. Staple remover
67. Stapler
68. Staples
69. Step stool
70. Stereo (Boom box)
71. Storage cabinets
72. Supplies
73. Tape and dispenser
74. Tea bags
75. Toilet brush
76. Toilet paper
77. Waiting room furniture (Chairs, Tables, ect…)
78. Washer/Dryer
79. Water cooler
80. And anything else you could think of…

MASSAGE SUPPLIES
1. Arm rest
2. Biofreeze or tiger balm
3. Blanket (Heating) or Table warmer
4. Blankets
5. Body cushion
6. Bolsters are tubular, square, rectangular & wave shape…also with tubular bolsters there is full round, ¾ round and half round…can help support the neck… use a Pillow case for bolsters
under the head…flat bottom bolsters stay in place better…usually 6 or 8 inches by 27 inches. Here is a summary from the experts on how to use bolsters: Look at each body, determine its natural alignment, determine what type of session you will be doing and then bolster accordingly to get at the body part.
7. Chair (Massage)
8. Chair for sitting (face/feet massage)
9. Cream (Massage)
10. Crock pot
11. Disposable underwear
12. Ear candles
13. Emergency blankets (spa)
14. Essential oils (Spa)
15. Foot bath
16. Heating packs or Hydroculator
17. Holster
18. Loofah brush (spa)
19. Lotions (Massage)
20. Mixing bowl (spa)
21. Mud (Spa)
22. Oil bottles
23. Oils (Massage)
24. Paint brushes (spa)
25. Paraffin bath
26. Plastic wrap (spa)
27. Portable table shelf (Table hammock)
28. Roaster (rocks)
29. Robes
30. Rocks
31. Sea salt (Spa)
32. Seaweed (Spa)
33. Spatula (spa)
34. Massage table; Table height - 22 to 34 inches high. Table width - 28 to 32 inches wide, there are arm bolsters to make it wider they say if you are less than 5’4” tall the width should be less than 30”, 5’4” to 5’10” 28-31” and over 5’10” at least 30” to 33”. Table length - 72 to 73 inches long, there are foot extensions to make it longer. Table weight - 21 pounds and up. Frames-wood or aluminum. Thickness - 1 to 3 inches thick, thin for deep tissue and thick for a relaxing massage.
35. Table (carrying case)
36. Tools (Massage)
37. Towel warmer
38. Towels (rocks and for warmer)
39. Utensils (rocks)
40. Your hands and body.
41. And other things...

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