Frequently Asked Questions
• Average total investment: $233,300– $399,500
• Initial Franchise fee: $49,500
• Liquid capital required: between $100k – $150k
Elements is pre-approved in the Small Business Association’s (SBA) Franchise Registry. And, while Elements does not provide financial support, the company has built years of solid relationships with established third-party lending sources to help with a portion of the prospect’s investment.
Through therapeutic massage, Elements is filling a unique niche in the massage industry by focusing on long-term health and wellness; not just simple indulgence. Elements is about the quality of the experience, not about the volume. The goal is to focus on each individual client so that he or she leaves an Elements studio feeling an increased sense of wellness, rather than to focus on the masses to obtain a high client volume. Therefore, studio size is smaller and more intimate than other national massage franchise concepts, which also translates to significantly lower franchise investment.
Also, instead of trying to be everything to everybody with diversified types of services, such as waxing and facials, Elements hones in on being expert in health and wellness through therapeutic massage.
With the growing number of physicians who are referring patients to therapeutic massage, it is becoming more important for a massage service to be in line with this health focus, and to be able to support this growing need. Massage has become main stream and is no longer perceived as a simple indulgence. This is a unique niche that Elements fills in the marketplace by moving away from the concept of an indulgent spa, and heading towards providing long-term health and wellness through therapeutic massage. Elements has begun to answer this need by accepting certain employee health plan discounts and other health insurance coverages.
You will learn about the general revenue model for your business from our team and information about our franchisees’ businesses directly from them.
In the great city of Denver.
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