Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time to fill out some necessary health forms and to ensure that your service can begin as scheduled. We suggest you leave jewelry at home as it will need to be removed prior to your service. You will be provided a locker inside your treatment room for your clothing and belongings.
Please note to refrain from alcohol usage prior to your appointment.
If your are running a fever or feeling sick, please reschedule your appointment for when you are feeling better.
During Your Massage:
Your technician will discuss your needs and customized massage enhancements will be offered and explained. The massage therapist will allow you privacy to disrobe before the massage and privacy after the massage to get dressed again. You may disrobe completely, leave your undergarments on, or stay clothed depending on your comfort level, though you will be properly draped at all times during the massage, and only one body part will be exposed at a time. While your session takes place, there will be soothing music, a heated table, and soft lighting to help you feel more relaxed. Before a massage, your therapist will ask you to alert them if, at any time during the massage, the pressure or technique is uncomfortable for you.
After Your Massage:
Most people feel very relaxed and sleepy after a massage. Occasionally, some people will experience slight post massage soreness the day after their massage. This is normal and nothing to worry about. Most people feel a great reduction of their original muscle tightness or pain after their massage. Drinking plenty of water after your massage and for the next day is recommended to eliminate toxins from your system and keep you feeling great.
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