What should I expect?
I always recommend arriving 5-10 minutes early.  We’ll have a consultation and you’ll fill out an intake form. You can print the form ahead of time and bring it with you to your first appointment if you’d like. I instruct each client to disrobe to his or her comfort level.  I will leave the room while you disrobe and get on the table.  Some people choose to wear nothing and some choose to leave undergarments on. I only uncover the area I’m massaging at the time. You will remain securely and modestly covered throughout your session.  When the session is over, I will again leave the room, and allow you to get dressed.


What if it hurts?
I always encourage my clients to keep an open line of communication.   If something is hurting, tell me, don’t just grin and bear it.  Some points of discomfort are normal but it’s up to you to tell me if you experience pain outside of your comfort range.


What is the best way to schedule an appointment?
When making an appointment it is best to have a few dates and times in mind, and to identify which service you prefer.  Please mention any promotions or gift certificates you would like to include when making your appointment. Please try to schedule at least one or two days in advance.


Is gratuity included in the price?
No.  Leaving a tip is not included in the price of services or gift certificates. Tips are not expected, but always appreciated.  The best tip you can give is more business! Write a review, tell a friend,  or make another appointment.


Can I receive services if I am sick or recovering from being sick?
No, massage is not permitted if you are sick, or starting to feel sick. Please wait at least 2 weeks after an illness before receiving massage services.  This is for everyone’s benefit.

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