What can I expect during a massage session?
- Your massage therapist will ask preliminary questions to determine your overall health and your health and wellness goals.
Before your massage, you’ll be asked to remove clothing to your level of comfort.
The massage therapist will leave the room while you undress. Take off only as much as you are comfortable removing.
You will lie down on the massage table, underneath the provided sheet and blanket, which will cover your body except for the part being massaged.
Music and ambient sound might be played. If you find music distracting, tell your massage therapist.
Warm wraps, essential oils, and hot towels may be used during your session.
Your massage therapist will check on pressure and comfort throughout your appointment. If you're uncomfortable at any time, tell your massage therapist.
The massage table is padded and may have extra attachments or cushions, such as a face cradle, which allows you to lie facedown without turning your head or neck.
Massage therapists often use oil or lotion. If you're allergic to oils or lotions, tell your massage therapist beforehand.
Depending on your needs, the massage therapist will massage either the full body (except private areas) or only specific areas that need attention, such as the neck and shoulders.
After your massage, the massage therapist will allow you to slowly get up and get dressed in privacy.
How often should I get a massage?
What is Integrative Reflexology, and how is it different
from traditional Reflexology?
What is Cupping Therapy?
What kind of cups will be used
in my session?
Does cupping therapy hurt?
What does it feel like?
What about the marks? Are they bruises? How long do they last?