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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect for my first session?

In your first session, your therapist will escort you to the massage room and conduct a consultation to discuss your needs, preferences, and any relevant conditions. Feel free to ask questions during this time. Next, your therapist will explain how to undress and position yourself on the massage table, using a sheet and/or blanket for privacy and coziness.  They will exit the room while you undress and settle in. Generally, it is suggested that you remove everything except for underwear for an optimal experience, but massage can be provided clothed should you prefer. It's all about your comfort level.


Throughout the massage, your therapist will employ draping methods to maintain your privacy and comfort, only revealing the area being treated at any given moment. Open communication is crucial; inform your therapist if you prefer more or less pressure or if you encounter discomfort. They will also check with you occasionally to ensure your comfort.


After the session, your therapist will leave the room, allowing you to dress privately. Once ready, meet your therapist outside the room to receive aftercare advice or suggestions for future appointments. Remember to drink ample water post-massage to give your muscles what they need, and don't hesitate to communicate with your therapist for an optimal experience.


Does it hurt?

Firmer pressure might cause some discomfort, but many clients describe it as a "good hurt". This is not the same as pain. If the word "pain" pops into your head at any point, please let your therapist know and the technique will be changed. No Pain No Gain applies to competitive lifting, not massage.


How should I prepare for my first treatment?

Use the restroom first. Being massaged hungry is rough, but being massaged super full is worse. Be at least partially hydrated and don't track mud inside.

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​I've never gotten a massage before. I'm stressed and nervous.

My place is a chillzone built for people exactly like you. You have nothing to fear but fear of missing out on massage.

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