A supportive environment means having everything in place to support you, so you can make your clients feel their best. At Massage Envy you will get a work environment tuned to you and your work objectives, programs and services that facilitate your growth as a professional, and benefits and compensation to reward your efforts.


  • Flexibility to work with your scheduling needs
  • Ability to customize treatments based on your style and guests needs including special enhancements like Percussion Therapy or CyMe™ Boost
  • Professional Receptionists for booking, confirmation, and check-in/check-out
  • Clean, Safe and Professional Environment
  • Hydraulic tables allowing for easy positioning of guests to provide the best massage while supporting proper body mechanics
  • Spacious rooms for your comfort
  • Adjustable lighting, music and table warmers that allows the best possible guest experience
  • Adjustable table warmers that enhance the experience for the guest
  • Fresh, clean hot towels available to maximize guest experience
  • Uniforms, therapist stools, bolsters, linens, lotions bottles, and holsters all provided
  • iPad based SOAP Notes/Client Records – the most advanced technology in the industry
  • Self-care resources in every break room in order to support your well being
  • Comfortable Break Rooms


  • Massage Envy University ongoing education so you can keep up on expanding and refining modalities, ethics and professionalism
  • Complimentary or discounted Continuing Education Units
  • New Modality Training such as Assisted Stretch and Rapid Tension Release Percussion Therapy
  • Skin Therapists – advanced training direct from the specialist at Murad, Obagi, Jan Marini, PCA and Envy Medical
  • Support for Continued Third Party Education
  • Resource materials (books, posters, handouts, access to proprietary online resources)
  • Access to special classes through AMTA for personal betterment
  • Discounts on AMTA memberships and events
  • World Massage Conference


Massage Envy Spa locations are currently offering their team members the following benefits*:

  • Higher base pay for experienced service providers or team members!
  • Free Continuing Education
  • Paid Time Off
  • Massage Envy Membership good at over 1,100 locations nationwide
  • Free Uniforms
  • Schedule Flexibility
  • Student Loan Payment Assistance (up to $100 dollars per month for 24 months)
  • Professional Liability Coverage
  • Some locations also offer 401k, Medical/Dental Insurance, Life & Disability Insurance
  • Good Tipping Culture
  • Regular reviews
  • Opportunities to earn additional income through periodic promotions and add-on services
  • Stay in the family: Ease to move between locations

*Benefits may vary


  • Quarterly & Annual recognition excellence in service – win attendance to banquets, awards and trips and receive nationwide recognition


  • Work at a company that supports the Arthritis foundation and other charities
  • Work for a company that participates in clinical research on the benefits and advancement of massage
  • Work for a company that is growing and adding new services and retail to meet your clients needs 

ADA Guidelines

Massage Envy Metro Los Angeles is compliant with all ADA Guidlines

 Curb Ramps: Required on all newly constructed or altered streets, roads, and highways, as well as any sloped areas at intersections with barriers to entry, such as curbs. The same applies to any newly constructed or altered street level pedestrian walkways.

A short ramp that cuts through a curb or is built up to it, a curb ramp must have a counter slope of no steeper than 1:20 (one inch of height change for every 20 inches of travel) and side flares of no steeper than 1:10. Curb ramps must be completely contained within the markings of designated crossing areas and not project into traffic lanes, parking spaces, or parking access aisles.

  • Sidewalks: A sidewalk is considered an accessible path of travel and must have at least one accessible route from a passenger loading zone, public street, or accessible parking area. Walking surfaces should have a clear width of at least 36 inches. This can be reduced to 32 inches if a given section extends 24 inches maximum. Reduced width areas are separated by segments of at least 48 x 36 inches.

For accessible routes where a 180-degree turn is required, and there are less than 48 inches of space, the clear width must be at least 42 inches on approach to the turn while passing spaces must be 200 feet apart if an accessible route is less than 60 inches wide.

  • Detectable Warning/Tactile Paving: Truncated dome requirements in California follow the 2010 ADA Standards. Truncated domes must have a base diameter anywhere from 0.9 to 1.4 inches wide and 0.2 inches high. From center to center, each dome must be spaced 1.6 to 2.4 inches apart with a base-to-base spacing of 0.65 inches. There are legal requirements for color contrast as well; all detectable warning surfaces must contrast as light-on-dark or dark-on-light. Detectable warnings on a platform edge must be 24 inches wide and extend the full length of any public use area.