You will be greeted at the reception desk and asked to fill out a health intake form. This provides the therapists with a guideline of what areas you may need focus on during the massage.
Next your therapist who will escort you to the treatment room will meet you in the waiting area.
The room has a hydraulic massage table, a chair, and shelving. Lighting and music are adjustable in each room according to your preferences.
The therapist will review the health intake form and have a conversation with you about your goals for the massage. For example getting the knots out of my neck, relieving the pain in my lower back, or providing overall relaxation.
Now the therapist leaves the room while you get undressed to your level of comfort. Most clients get fully undressed, many leave their underwear on, and whichever you prefer is fine. You get under the sheet and blanket on the table.
The therapist returns and asks if you are ready for them to enter the room. The therapist starts the massage by warming up your muscles and applies oil or lotion. Only the area the therapist is working on is exposed. The rest of your body is draped by the sheet and blanket.
It is important to communicate during the massage. Let the therapist know to apply more or less pressure, spend more or less time on a particular body area, what is working or not, or any questions you have. If at anytime and for any reason during the massage you are not comfortable just let the therapist know.
About 10 minutes before the massage is completed the therapist should do a final check in and then complete the massage. The therapist will leave the room while you get off the table and get dressed. The therapist will return to the room to discuss any findings and recommended follow-up.
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