Question by celtica 11 years ago

working from home

I have a spare bedroom at home and I am considering offering my treatments from home as opposed to renting space/room in premises. Can any one advise as to the benafits and is a homely decor more acceptable to a  treatment room enviroment

5 years, 8 months ago Malaika Notwers wrote:

It really depends on how much space you have, if your interior is well suited for that. Mine in Switzerland isn't very practical for instance. A homely decor is defenitely a plus, and it can get cheaper than renting. It's all about figuring out if it's going to be functional enough for your patients, and how disuptive it may be on your home organisation.

Kind regards


3 years, 5 months ago Jason Wickens wrote:

You will need to have extra insurance for this too, and may need to notify your council that your home is now operating as a business. Personally I would rather people not come to my home, and it looks more professional doing sessions at an holistic centre etc. Good luck with whatever you choose.

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