Q: Where will my massage take place?
A: The specified massage session will take place in a quiet room with your therapist. The heated tables, dimly lit rooms and soft music will help you relax and receive the maximum benefits of your massage.
Q: Who will perform the massage and what is the appointment like?
A: A licensed and certified massage therapist (LMT) will perform your therapeutic massage session. A: The therapist will bring you into the room and discuss your intake form and any other needs you have for your session. They will then leave the room and close the door for you to undress. There are shelves in each room for clothing and jewelry. Once you are under the sheets and on the table the therapist will re-enter the room and close the door.
Q: Must I be completely undressed?
A: The therapist can perform a full body massage with or without clothing. The therapist will only uncover the area that they will be working on. You will be properly draped for your warmth and comfort. 50% of clients leave their undergarments on and 50% do not. Undress to your level of comfort.
Q: What parts of my body will be massaged?
A: The therapist will discuss your intake form and the areas that you would like to be massaged before you undress. A typical massage will include the back, glutes, legs, feet, arms, hands, neck and head. if stomach massage is needed this can be addressed without exposing or touching the private areas.
Q: How long will the session last?
A: The massage will be booked so you have time to discuss anything with your therapist and time to undress without rushing. Your hands on massage time will be a full 30, 60 or 90 minutes.
Q: What will the massage feel like?
A: If you have chosen a Swedish/Relaxation massage your massage will be light and relaxing. If you have chosen a deep tissue you will have heavier pressure in areas of concern. The therapists use lotion/oil to reduce friction during the massage.
Q: What should I do during the massage?
A: You should relax and let your mind clear. Be as comfortable as possible. The therapist can help you to achieve maximum comfort by making their pressure lighter or heavier, raising or lowering the face rest, turning the music up or down and other such changes. Let your therapist know whether you need any of these things to help you relax.
Q: When should I get a massage?
A: It is best to receive massage at least once a month. Waiting until you are stressed or in pain will not help alleviate these problems.