1. What should I expect during my first massage session?

During your first massage session, you can expect a welcoming and relaxing environment. You will be asked to fill out an intake form, which will provide important information about your medical history, injuries, and physical conditions. This information helps us tailor the massage session to your specific needs.

2. How early should I arrive for my first massage?

We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. This allows time for you to complete the intake form and have a brief consultation with your massage therapist before the session begins. Arriving early ensures a smooth and unhurried start to your massage experience.

3. What will be discussed during the consultation?

During the consultation, we will discuss any relevant medical history, injuries, or physical conditions that we need to be aware of. This helps us understand your unique needs and any areas that may require special attention or modifications during the massage. Open communication is key to ensuring a safe and effective session.

4. Can I discuss specific areas I'd like to address during the massage?

Absolutely! It is important to communicate your preferences and areas of focus to your massage therapist. Whether you have specific areas of tension or discomfort or simply want to relax and unwind, sharing your goals and expectations helps us customize the massage session to meet your needs. Your therapist will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan.

5. What should I wear during the massage?

You will be provided with a private and comfortable space to undress to your level of comfort. Most clients choose to remove their clothing completely, but it is entirely up to you. Our therapists are trained in proper draping techniques, ensuring your modesty and comfort throughout the session. You will be properly covered with a sheet or blanket, with only the area being worked on exposed.

6. What techniques will be used during the massage?

Our therapists are skilled in a variety of massage techniques, including Chinese, deep tissue, reflexology, and more. The specific techniques used will depend on your needs and preferences, as discussed during the consultation. Your therapist will adjust the pressure and techniques accordingly to ensure a comfortable and effective massage experience.

7. What should I do during the massage?

During the massage, your role is to simply relax and let go of any tension or stress. Feel free to communicate with your therapist if you have any concerns or need adjustments in pressure. Some clients prefer to engage in conversation during the session, while others prefer to remain silent and fully immerse themselves in the experience. The choice is yours, and our therapists will respect your preferences.

8. How will I feel after the massage?

The effects of a massage can vary from person to person. Some clients experience immediate relief and relaxation, while others may feel some soreness or tenderness in the hours following the massage. This is normal and should subside within a day or two. It is important to drink plenty of water after the session to help flush out toxins and promote overall well-being.