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What to expect when receiving a massage:

Your session will take place in a comfortable, quiet room. The room will be dimly lit and soothing music will be played. Only unscented lotions and candles will be used as some people have allergies to different scents. Before your first session you will be asked to fill out some paperwork and the practitioner will ask questions such as the reason you are seeking massage therapy, any medical conditions you may have, this will help the practitioner to ensure the session meets your needs and goals.

The therapist will leave the room so you can disrobe to your level comfort and knock and announce herself before entering the room to ensure that you are ready for her.

You will be draped at all times, the only area exposed will be what is being worked on. A typical full body session includes your neck, shoulders, back, arms, hands, legs and feet.

At the end of the session the therapist will leave the room so that you can get dressed.

Ultimately, this is your session and it is my goal for you to feel as relaxed and comfortable as possible. As the therapist I will be concentrating on the work I am doing and will not talk a lot. I am happy though to chat as much as you like if that is what you prefer.

It is very important that you drink plenty of extra water following your massage. This is essential to rehydrate your tissues.

If this is your first massage it is possible that you may be a little sore the next day. To help prevent this from happening or to relieve soreness if it has already happened you can take a warm baking soda bath. Dissolve 1 cup of baking soda into your bath water.

If you would prefer to listen to your own music, please feel free to bring your iPod and earphones.