Frequently Asked Questions
We sure do! We specialize in short notice appointments, so just contact me (text, cell, or email) to check availability.
We ask that new clients arrive 10 minutes prior to their session to fill out preliminary paperwork and have a consultation to determine the type of massage they would like. Existing clientele should arrive approximately 5 minutes before their session.
What about talking during a massage session?
It is okay to talk with your therapist during your massage, but it is also perfectly fine if you just zone out and relax for the entire massage. You won’t be seen as rude or uncaring if you just allow the therapist to do their job for the session. Some people reach such a relaxed state that they fall asleep for the entire session.
Draping is the coverings (sheets/blankets) that are on top of the client when they are on the table. The therapist is skilled in moving the draping in such a way as to allow access to your muscles to be massaged without exposing your private areas.
Draping can be modified during the massage. If the room is a bit chilly and as the massage continues you are getting cold, you can ask the therapist to add another blanket so you stay warm. If you feel too warm, you can tell the therapist to leave your back uncovered at all times to allow you to stay cooler during the massage.
Are there any cancellation fees?
Please give a 24-hour notice if you need to cancel an appointment. If notice is not given, you will be charged the full fee for the appointment time missed. Also all packages or gift certificates used for missed appointments will be voided.
What about method of payment and tipping?
We accept most major credit cards or cash. If you like the service you received, tips are always appreciated.