Do I have to get completely undressed for massage therapy?
Centennial Therapists Jan 23, 2014
From Will S.: "No! You do not need to be completely undressed. We say "undress to your comfort level." Personally, as a therapist I prefer less clothing on my client as I can get the muscles a little more, and I can use many techniques. If you were fully clothed there would be a different glide and traction with the massage. When you are on my table, know that you will be covered with a sheet and blanket at all times except the area that I am working on. I want you to feel as comfortable as you can. This is YOUR massage."
From Britt V.: "I tell clients to undress to their comfort level and I assure them that their privacy will not be violated and their personal boundaries will be respected at all times."