What are the contraindications to having a massage?

2021-01-04T17:47:48-05:00January 4, 2021|

We ask you to please call the office and reschedule your massage appointment if you have any of the following: COVID-19, Colds/flu, drug or alcohol intoxication, any contagious disease (especially of the skin), recent operations  or acute injuries that prevent you from having a massage, neuritis (unless indicated by a doctor that massage is recommended).

Do I have to wear a face covering over my nose and mouth?

2022-06-09T17:40:17-04:00January 4, 2021|

Wearing a face covering during your massage is optional. Your massage therapist will be happy to wear a face covering by request at any time.

How long is each massage?

2019-08-02T14:03:02-04:00April 26, 2019|

You will receive the full amount of time you have scheduled. Arriving late will reduce that time.  We ask massage clients to arrive 5–10 minutes early to have time to update any paperwork, use the restroom, and take a moment to sit quietly. Not rushing maximizes the experience and reduces stress.

Are there any side effects of receiving a massage?

2023-02-21T12:13:28-05:00April 26, 2019|

Typically, none! Depending on someone’s condition and toxicity levels, there may be some soreness the day after the massage. It is simply metabolic waste being released from the body. Drinking additional water and getting plenty of rest will minimize any soreness.

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