Originally Posted by john61ct
I'd be careful about where you offered your services as a freelancer, given most state regulations about massage licensing. . .
Yeah, for sure! I take that pretty seriously, I really value my career and love the work I do. I'm not sure what I would do about that. I've considered keeping a license in 3 or 4 states for some versatility. But also some of it has to do with wording and I'd have to be careful about the terms I use in other states. But wherever I'm at I'd definitely read the laws and regulations first.
Originally Posted by BetterWayLiving
I would think a bus with a handicap door in the rear passenger side would make for a great massage space in the rear. you could have a garage underneath with storage spaces or even wall off the back of the bus for a short, full height, garage. so from rear end - garage, massage space (access via disability door), bedroom etc...
I hadn't thought about this! That's a pretty great idea, using the handicap door and then a wall in the back so I still have a garage space. I wonder if I could reasonably fit all of that in 28' or less though? I'm really hesitant about a bus longer than that, but I really would like to have the option of taking my work around with me.
The idea of a wall in the back also made me think of another idea - maybe a Murphy style bed? The massage table and stuff could be in the garage and I can just fold the bed up when I need that square footage as office space?
I also need to consider laundry. The sheets (both clean and dirty) will definitely take up some space until I make it to a laundromat.