We appreciate at least 24 hours advance notice if you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, although emergencies or illness are excused.
Do I have to be nude during my session?
This is completely optional. We do our best to provide a comfortable space, providing clean sheets and a blanket for every session. We use these as a barrier and adhere to a draping method that will allow us to work on appropriate musculature relating to your requests and ailments, while respecting your modesty. Private areas are never exposed. Some people choose to be partially nude, while others are comfortable completely nude; fully clothed is an option as well. The choice is 100% yours.
Do you offer couples massage?
Yes! We are happy to get two clients in at the same time. Feel free to book your appointments online, being sure to sync your date/time with each other.
Can my child (under 18 years old) get a massage?
Yes. In this case, we will need a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. If it is preferred, a parent or guardian is allowed to be present in the room during the session.
Do I tip?
Tips are accepted, but it is always optional.
Do you accept credit cards?
What if I don’t like my massage?
This happens. Every therapist is unique in their style, approach, and touch, just as every client is unique in their ailments, injuries, and preferences. We will always do our best to meet your needs and requests; if you are not satisfied please contact us and share your experience. We are happy work with you to improve and grow.
When Shouldn’t I get a massage?
Massage therapy isn’t always the best option for every condition. If you aren’t 100% sure, don’t hesitate to check with your physician, do some research, and/or check with a massage therapist before receiving treatment. Here are some examples where massage is not indicated as an appropriate treatment.
– Systemic contagious or infectious conditions, such as the common cold
– Weakened bones, such as osteoporosis or cancer
– Severe fever
Local contraindications (avoid areas where these conditions are present):
-- Deep vein thrombosis
– Acute flare-up of inflammatory disease, such as rhuematoid arthritis.
– Contagious or irritable skin conditions, such as poison ivy
– Open sores or wounds
– Recent surgery or burn
There may be other conditions not listed that may be contraindicated for massage therapy.
Please keep yourself informed and do not hesitate to ask questions.
It is beyond the scope of practice of a massage therapist to diagnose illness or disease.
Please consult your physician with any medical concerns that you are unsure about.