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Before Your Visit

For all clients, new or returning, a new Health Questionnaire is needed. You will receive this in your email prior to your visit.

a credit card or gift certificate is required to reserve all appointments. 

At checkout we accept Gift Certificates, Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

Cancellation

If for any reason you would have to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please give us 24-hours notice.

 

 

 

Cancellations within 8-hours of appointment time will be charged 50% of the service you have scheduled.

*We are by appointment only!

 No-show appointments will also be charged a 50% service fee. There is no charge for cancellations made more than 8-hours in advance.

Meeting with Your Massage Therapist

Once you are ready, your massage therapist will come out to greet you and take you back to the treatment room.

In the privacy of the treatment room, you and your massage therapist will go over your health questionnaire and reasons for seeking massage therapy. Your massage therapist will ask you questions to customize your session to meet your specific needs and preferences. You will have the opportunity to discuss any concerns or to ask any questions you may have about massage therapy. Your massage therapist will then briefly go over a plan for your massage therapy session. If you have any questions, feel free to speak up.

When you are ready, your massage therapist will exit the room to allow you privacy to undress or change and get comfortable on the massage table. You may prefer to completely disrobe or remain partially clothed.

Get comfortable on the massage table underneath the top sheet. If any adjustments need to be made to the bolsters or face cradle, your massage therapist can help you when they come back to the room.

After your massage therapist washes their hands they will knock on the door and ask permission to enter.

Every massage therapist has a unique style and approach to giving a massage. Relaxing massage techniques may be used at first, and as you become more relaxed more specific areas of tension may be worked with deeper pressure if that is your preference.. Your therapist may periodically ask for feedback on pressure or techniques, and may gently move your limbs or make requests throughout the session.

You should expect to be comfortable and relaxed during your massage. If you experience any pain or discomfort at any time, let your massage therapist know right away. Speak up if the pressure needs adjusting, if you need a blanket, or if there is anything your massage therapist can do to help you relax.

During Your Massage

Communicate with Your Massage Therapist

Good communication is key to achieving the best results during your massage appointment. After all, this is your massage!

Be sure to give feedback to help your therapist meet your specific needs. The more relaxed you are, the easier it is for us to do our job! If there is anything your massage therapist can do to make you more comfortable, let them know.

Definitely communicate with your therapist if you feel any pain or discomfort, or if you have any concerns during your massage. Some types of massage that work on deep layers of muscle and tissue, such as deep tissue or sports massage, these modalities will require more feedback to ensure that the pressure is comfortable.

Concluding the Massage

When your massage is complete, your therapist will then exit the treatment room. Slowly and carefully get off the massage table.  When you are dressed and ready, meet us in the lobby area.

 

When your massage is complete, your therapist will then exit the treatment room. Slowly and carefully get off the massage table.  When you are dressed and ready, meet us in the lobby area.

 

Follow-up and Checking Out

You and your massage therapist will discuss how your session went, answer any questions you may have about your massage, and make any other notes for your next massage.

Everybody is different, so feel free to give your massage therapist honest feedback about what you like and what you don’t like about your massage. Remember, this is your appointment and we are here to make it most beneficial for you!

If you would like to leave a tip, simply add the gratuity at checkout. Tipping is neither required nor expected, but of course we appreciate the gesture! However, the best appreciation you can show is by referring your friends and family to us and writing a review to let everyone know about your great massage!

Now is also a good time to schedule your next massage appointment.

Most people feel relaxed after a massage. How you feel will vary depending upon your personal condition, the types of massage therapy you received, the length of your session, and how often you receive massage. You will generally feel better the more massage therapy sessions you receive as the benefits add up over time.


If possible, it’s a good idea to have a little quiet time after your massage. This will help prolong the positive effects of the massage and make the most of the time you have invested taking care of yourself. We encourage you to do any self-care that your massage therapist recommended and drink extra water to stay hydrated post-massage.

After Your Massage