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Frequently Asked Questions

We have compiled a list of various questions that we been asked in the past. Please feel free to contact us or ask your therapist is you have a question that we did not answer.

What kinds of therapists do you employ?

We only hire Certified Massage Therapists (CMT), who have completed massage school training. Additionally, we only hire therapists who we feel meet our hire standards. Although each therapist has their own specialties, any massage therapist you see will provide you with a tailored session that best fits your needs.

How can I book an appointment?

You can text, call, or email. Choose whatever method is more convenient for you.

Do you accept walk-in clients?

Unfortunately, we do not take walk-in clients at this time. If you are looking to receive a massage same day, it is best to call us and leave a message. We will try to accommodate you if our schedule allows.

What types of massage do you offer?

We offer a wide range of pressure, modalities, and techniques. Our most popular massage modalities are Swedish, Medium to Deep pressure, Deep Tissue, GI (Gastrointestinal), Pre/Post-natal, Sports, Trigger Point, and Hot Stone. To see a more detailed list of our services, visit the Service Descriptions section of our webpage.

How much does the price vary for massage services?

Our cost for massage is based solely on the length of the massage. You can receive different types of massage for the same cost, with the exception of a Hot Stone massage. Adding Hot Stones, to any session length, is an additional $10.

What massage product do you use on the skin?

We use Organic Coconut Oil or Biotone Massage Cream Lotion. Please let us know if you have an allergy or a preference.

What method of payment do you take?

Since we are a small business, we prefer a cash or check payment to avoid any credit card fees. However, we accept all major credit cards. Please use the method that is convenient for you.

Do I need to tip my therapist?

Our pricing does not include gratuity. Although tipping is never expected, it is appreciated. Tipping also helps further support your therapist. You can either tip them directly or tip them through your credit card payment.

What if I have special needs or any concerns that have to be addressed to determine if your business if the best place for me to receive massage?

We are an inclusive massage business that caters to a wide range of people. If you have any concerns, questions, or special needs about your session, please just ask when you book the appointment or talk to your therapist before the session begins.

Is it normal to hurt during or after the massage session?

During a massage session, communicate with your Certified Massage Therapist (CMT) if you are experiencing any pain. Your therapist can adjust the level of pressure being used at any time if you ask. You may experience some muscle soreness after a massage, especially if you received a deep tissue massage. This soreness typically lasts from 24-48 hours.  Icing the areas that are sore will help reduce any discomfort that you are experiencing. If you have any concerns, please contact us.

Is there anything that I should do after a massage?

It is important to drink lots of water after a massage session to flush out any toxins that may be been released from your body. Staying hydrated is also a great way to reduce soreness.

What is your cancellation policy?

You can cancel or reschedule your appointment free of charge, as long as it done 48 hours before your scheduled appointment. If you have to cancel or reschedule your appointment the day of the original appointment, you will be charged for the full session. We charge you so that we can pay your therapist for the time that they set aside for you. When you reschedule your appointment in advance, it allows for another client to schedule their appointment in place of yours.

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