We offer a 10% discount for our active duty military service men and women.
After filling out a short questionnaire about your medical history, you will be introduced to your therapist and talk a little bit about what you need out of your session. Let your therapist know about any areas where you have been experiencing pain, tightness, or discomfort; if you would like deep or light pressure; or if you'd just like to relax. Your therapist will then step out of the room as you get on the massage table. You should dress to your comfort level and get under both the top sheet and blanket with only your face/head, arms and hands outside of the covers. In a few minutes, your therapist will knock on the door and make sure you are comfortable. You should feel comfortable at all times, so let your therapist know if you are not. Communication with your therapist is encouraged. Breathe and relax. Your therapist will let you know when your session is completed, and leave the room while you dress. When you are ready, open the door to your room and your therapist will walk you out.
Your personal massage schedule is dependent upon your activity and stress levels. Massage and bodywork is cumulative - the more you come, the better you will feel and more relaxed you will stay. Generally, most people who get regular massage come monthly or twice a month. If you have had an injury, you may want to come a few times a week, or weekly, until the issue healed, and then drop your schedule back to a monthly appointment.