Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I have to take off all my clothes?
Q: Should I shower before I arrive for the massage?
Q: Can I eat before my massage?
Yes. But eat lightly immediately before the appointment. A full stomach can make it extremely uncomfortable to lie on your belly (face-down position).
Q: Do I have to drink water after my massage therapy?
Yes. Massage therapy helps your body release toxins into the blood stream. Water aids in the filtering out and release of these from the body.
Water helps us hydrate, heal, and filter.
Q: How much water do I have to drink?
Half your body weight in ounces. This means that a person weighing 150 pounds should drink 75 ounces of water a day. And after a massage, a person should drink an extra glass or two.
Q: Do you do out-call appointments?
Occasionally. There is a 1-hour minimum. And a minimum of $40 will be added for travel within a 15 mile radius.
Q: Do you accept/bill insurance?
I will accept payment via check or card from your HSA/FSA/MSA. I will give you a receipt for your records or for reimbursement. Most insurances require that you get a prescription from your PCP or referring physician. Bring me a copy of the prescription.
Q: Are discounts available?
- There is a regularly scheduled appointment discount. So the more often you come in, the more you will save. For example, the price for one-hour in-office is $125 but come in every other month and save 15%; schedule every month and save 20%; come in weekly and save 25%. There is a similar savings for half-hour, one-and-a-half-hour, and two-hour sessions. Please see the price grid.
- Bulk-purchase discount: Pre-purchase 6 hours and get the weekly-appointment discount. These pre-paid massages can be used at any time during the year.
- Referral Program: Each and every time a referral writes your name on their intake form, you get 30% off your next session!
- If you have an injury or condition that requires multiple sessions of massage therapy in a week, then the prices are as follows: $35/30 min. $65/60min. $95/90 min.