Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect the first massage therapy session visit?

Once you arrive,  you will fill out a health history form. Afterwards the therapist will ask  a series of general questions to establish what he can do to help with areas you would like worked on.  Your massage therapist may perform certain assessments and testing to evaluate your condition, and to see if you have any presenting complaints.


 Feel free at any time to ask questions about your massage session or massage therapist.

Should I ask questions or just listen?

 This is a great time to calm your jitters and establish a rapport with your therapist.


Listen intently at the information your therapist is given you.  A lot of value information is passed on before and after the massage session.


Ask questions. This is your massage. Fire away and don't be shy. Your therapist is here to help!

What should I wear during the massage session?

First, you are always in charge of the massage session including how much clothing you wear to the pressure of the techniques applied in the session. The goal for each session is for you to be comfortable and remain comfortable during the session. 


Second, your body will be draped with a sheet or towel at all times. The massage therapist will only expose / uncover the body part he is working on.  When the massage therapist is finished he will recover the body part. 


Finally, clothing can restrict some of the techniques you may desire or need during the session.  If in doubt talk with your therapist.

What do I do during the massage session?

RELAX & BREATHE!  Some clients relax by talking about themselves or their day. While others desire silence and rather listen to the massage music.  It's your massage session so take advantage of the time to calm your nerves, relax from the hardship of the day.  What is said in the massage room by you remains in the massage room.  


A Massage therapist is ethical bound to keep your confidence unless you release him to do so.  He will not discuss with anyone else your private information, sessions, or  discussions. 


Your massage therapist may ask you to perform certain movements during the massage and ask how you are feeling.  These questions or tasks are only to help bring your body to a state of relaxation.  He will only talk with you if you talk first.  Please keep it professional.

How will I feel after the massage session?

Depending on what techniques are used, you should feel more relaxed and hopefully less pain and discomfort.  Some massage techniques can cause soreness and slight pain to the touch.  Often times after a therapeutic massage the problem diminishes to the point you can get back to enjoying life.

How much is a massage session?

This entirely depends on the length and techniques requested.  You may visit the massage services page for a complete list of services. Click here to be redirected.

What type of payment do you accept?

I accept payment in the form of cash, debit / credit cards. 


Payment is required at time of service.  


Do you accept insurance for massage therapy sessions?

Presently,  insurance is not accepted.  If your insurance will reimburse you please ask for a receipt after payment. 



Can I walk in or do I need an appointment?

I see clients by appointment only.  Please schedule your appointment either online by clicking the button below or text, message, or call 479-223-3320