I never really do full bodies, not since college. I see a lot of anxious people and they can be embarrassed about their bodies so just have back massage or head neck and shoulders. Sometimes feet and legs with head massage.
I find mine are stressed and need head massage but also a lot of bum workouts these days = sore legs.
Having a full body massage qualification with the A and P underpinning knowledge will give you the skill to do ant part of the body if you choose to.
I did Aromatherapy so wherever I can I use my oils in any treatment I choose, clients' health permitting of course.
I aslo did Indian head and have never liked performing it , so instead I use the head massage technique from the course and add it to the french facial massage to provide the ultimate luxurious and relaxing facial I can do.
So my most popular in order of bookings is :-
Back,neck shoulder massage
Feet and lower leg, added to my pedicures.
Facial massage added onto the facials I offer with or without additional scalp massage...just gorgeous.
I'm qualified to do massage and aromatherapy but I only offer aromatherapy on my treatment menu as no call for full body Swedish these days.
I get far more full body bookings than just the back.
I also offer hot lava shell massage which is very popular and clients see it as a bit more luxurious