The Soothing Serenity Experience
When walking into the office you’ll be met with the feeling of a warm inviting environment. I ask that you arrive 15 minutes before so that you may fill out a medical history and intake sheet, which we will then go over any concerns and problem areas that you may have. Please be sure to let me know if there are any issues with scents or lotions that you may have an aversion or sensitivity to and we will accommodate. Some medical conditions are contraindicated, so you may be asked to have a signed consent from your doctor for a safe and effective treatment.
Once that is complete and you are comfortable, I will then perform an assessment to see what areas need to be addressed right away, and discussed before treatment begins. You will be left alone in the massage room which is warm, and quiet with a padded and warmed table, fresh linens, soft music and dimmed lighting. You will then disrobe and lay face down on the table with the sheet draped over you. I want to make sure that you are comfortable, so you will be draped at all times with the exception of the body part that is being massaged. Please communicate before, during and after the massage if you have any concerns.
Before your session
Please arrive 15min early to fill out paperwork for your first session. Please be sure to not wear any perfume, lotions or cologne. Ladies, please wear a bra and underwear and men, please wear boxers.
After your session
After your session, be sure to drink plenty of water to flush out the toxins that were released during your treatment. After your session you may feel some slight discomfort, similar to that of a gym workout. This is normal as your muscles were just worked and will have an increase in blood flow. If needed you may use ice or Advil to ease the discomfort.
How often should you get a massage?
It is recommended that clients get a massage 1-2 times a month for those that are healthy. Individuals that have injuries should have a massage every 1-2 weeks.