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  • Tailoring your session
    This is YOUR session – and the experience all yours. Your therapist wants you to enjoy every minute and benefit as much as possible from the time you spend with them. If you would like anything changed – the pressure, areas worked, position, temperature, music, etc… speak up! You will not hurt your therapists’ feelings by asking for something that will make you feel more comfortable.
  • What are the benefits of a massage therapy?
    The health experts at National University of Health Sciences presents the top five health benefits of adding regular massage therapy to your health and wellness strategy. Massage therapy from a licensed practitioner can: Lower stress The long-term effects of stress can take emotional and physical tolls. Massage therapy may relieve stress and conditions associated with it, such as tension headaches. Increased Immune Function Medical research indicates that massage therapy can help boost immune system strength by increasing the activity level of the body’s natural “killer T cells,” which fight off viruses. Boost Mental Health and Wellness Research suggests that symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression (all associated with mental health) may be directly affected by massage therapy. Pain Management and Improved Range of Motion Pain can negatively affect a person’s quality of life and impede recovery from illness or injury. Recent findings highlight the role of massage in pain management. Improved Physical Fitness Elite and recreational athletes alike can benefit from massage therapy – massage can reduce muscle tension, improve exercise performance, and prevent injuries.
  • What do you wear for a massage?
    And do I have to be completely undressed? Your massage therapist will always ensure that you are always properly covered. Clients undress to their comfort level and drape appropriately wherever their body is not being massaged. Your massage therapist will leave the room so you can undress and lie on the massage table under a top sheet.
  • Will the massage hurt?
    In general, massages should not hurt. In fact, if you are in pain during a massage, this may cause your muscles to seize up, making the relaxing effects more difficult to achieve. If the pressure is too intense, speak up immediately so your therapist can adjust. Certain techniques may result in soreness during the days following a massage, similar to that of a great workout, but in general, you should not have pain during or after your massage.
  • What should I expect during my first massage visit?
    Your massage therapist should require you to fill out a health history form. They may also ask more in-depth questions to establish which areas you would like focused on or if there are any specific conditions needing to be addressed. It is important to list all health concerns and medication so that your therapist can adapt your session to your specific needs without causing any harm. It is also important to specify any allergies so that your therapist may adjust the oil or cream being used during your visit.
  • When should I avoid getting a massage?
    In general, there are a few conditions that would prevent you from getting a massage. Of course, do not schedule an appointment if you are feeling unwell, have a fever, cold, or a skin condition that is contagious. The first trimester of pregnancy is generally considered off-limits for massage, as are active chemotherapy or other intensive medical treatments. If you have a serious medical condition and you are unsure if a massage would be safe for you, massage therapists will recommend that you speak with your primary care provider to get approval first.
  • Can I get a massage while I'm pregnant?
    Massage during pregnancy — commonly called prenatal massage — is a great way to ease the aches and pains of carrying a baby, after the first trimester. The first trimester of pregnancy is generally considered off-limits for massage. Make sure your massage therapist is certified and experienced with pregnancy massage. For precaution you should check your OB doctor first.
  • What if I have body acne, skin conditions or forgot to shave?
    Please do not feel uncomfortable or embarrassed. Your massage therapist is focused on creating a relaxing and therapeutic experience for you.
  • What if I fall asleep?
    It is very common for guests to fall asleep during their massage. We love seeing you so relaxed!
  • How often should I get a massage?
    Individual preference varies, so for most it depends on your pain, physical needs, emotional needs, and of course, budget. Receiving a massage regularly has the most benefit; this can be as often as weekly or monthly. We have a Wellbeing program for clients, if you choose to treat yourself monthly.
  • How much do you tip for a massage?
    Your tip should reflect your appreciation for their service. For most people, this ranges from 15-25% depending on their level of satisfaction with their treatment.
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