Below is a list of the most common questions posed by our clients
1) If you are coming to me, what will the massage be performed on?
Our therapists carry along portable massage beds for your comfort and to give you the best & most professional massage possible at your venue.
2) Do I need to provide towels, oils, candles, etc?
No, our therapists carry these along with them. Should you wish to make use of your own towels, this is perfectly okay.
3) Will I need to be naked during the massage?
Yes and no. For most massage styles, our therapists make use of long, flowing strokes which are most effective when performed in an unrestricted manner with the client completely undressed. You will however be draped with a towel during the massage and only the area being worked on will be exposed. However, if you are not comfortable being completely undressed, you may keep your underwear on for peace of mind. Our therapists are 100% professional so do take the utmost care in protecting your modesty at all times. Kindly consult your specific therapist before your session begins to discuss your comfort levels.
4) How much of my body will be massaged during a full body session?
Because the entire body carries stress & tension, our therapists do endeavor to be as thorough as possible within the confines of professional boundaries. All massage is done in a purely therapeutic manner with the client's best interest & wellness benefits of the particular massage in mind. Certain techniques do entail massage being performed over areas that are regarded as taboo in general massage practice but your therapist does talk you through these techniques & the reasons behind them before your session. You are encouraged to ask as many questions as you feel necessary in order to gain clarity on the purpose behind any massage. If you are not comfortable, please inform the therapist of this beforehand. He/she will not be offended.
5) Can I talk during the massage?
That is entirely up to you. Talking is generally not encouraged as it distracts one from the enjoyment of touch therapy and the various sensations brought on by the different massage techniques used during a session. However, communication is very important when relaying feedback to your therapist in terms of the depth of pressure, sore spots or strokes you are particularly enjoying.