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When reiki is your business, secure liability insurance

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When reiki is your business, secure liability insurance

Post by NACAMSStaff on Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:27 am

One mistake that is all too common among professionals in the realm of healing arts is to forget that they are running a business, since the service they are providing is touch based, rather than a tangible product. As a reiki therapist, one of your main goals is to help and heal each client to the best of your ability. If providing reiki is your profession, then another main goal is probably to make money in exchange for your services.

Here, it is important to acknowledge that you are indeed running a business, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with the fact that you want to earn a living while also helping others. It can be helpful to fully embrace the fact that you are not only a reiki therapist, but also a business person. One of those first steps is to secure and maintain reiki therapist liability insurance for you and your practice. Ask nearly any business owner who provides goods or services to the public, and he or she will likely tell you that liability insurance is a necessary safety net for the business.

By securing reiki therapist liability insurance, you are securing coverage and protection for those “just in case” moments in life—moments that may not come very often, but when they do, can hit hard and take you by surprise. The reason you will find a liability insurance policy behind nearly any business that provides goods or services to the public is because the business always takes on an element of risk the moment a customer strolls through the door.

With a strong reiki therapist liability policy, you’ll provide a secure foundation for your business that you and your clients can trust.

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