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Desi Girl
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Hi,

For those of you who are insured for Thai Massage.

If you don't mind me asking, who are you insured with and how much do you pay.

I need to get some insurance, I am qualified in Holistic Therapies and Beauty therapies, but......... I have enrolled for a Thai Massage course and don't want to get out two lots of insurance.

Thankyou in advance.

Desi Girl 🙂

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Reiki Pixie
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Hi DG

I get my insurance through Holistic Insurance Services (HIS) and they cover me for all bodywork at the same price. I can't remember off the top of my head but it's around £50 for the basic policy being a member of the CThA. (Unfortunately I pay far more than that due to coverage of teaching CPD and the practice of acupuncture - such is life). Non-CThA members may have to pay a little more than that.

I think you will find that most insurance companies will provide you with cover at no extra cost.

best wishes

RP

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maychang
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Balens have a sliding scale so can't tell you how much, but Thai massage is one of the top tier prices.

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Kevin Bryden
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Balens don't charge me any extra for extra stuff I add on. I am paying 75 quid a year though. That gives me 5 million cover.

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Desi Girl
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Thankyou everyone for your responses.

I shall give Balens and Holistic Insurance Services a ring today.

Desi Girl.

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Desi Girl
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Hi,

Thought I would post a quick update.

I bought my insurance from FHT, it cost me £99.07 which includes the membership.

It took the FHT a couple of days as they wern't sure if Thai massage was included. But all is sorted now.

Balens were a bit expensive for now.

Thankyou all for your help.

Desi Girl
🙂

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seraphsleeping
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Hi,
I have insured through Towergate for years I have found them very easy to deal with. My policy is somewhat pricier over £170 but that does also include teaching.

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Sunflowerbloom
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Try IPTI £105 per year. Howden are about £60.

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