Don't know what to expect during your first massage? Read below to find out!! First Things First ~During your first visit we will discuss your Health, Medical History (Injuries), & Areas of Concern
~We will discuss your Overall Goal of the Session
~Also, we will discuss Areas of Discomfort When Massaged (ex: I don't like my feet touched, or my scalp massaged)
What About My Clothing? ~During your massage you will be asked to remove your clothing to get the best results possible. *I will leave the room after giving you instructions & allow you privacy to get onto the massage table. I will knock before re-entering. (For Chair Massage, Thai Massage and Other Specialty Massages removing clothing is not necessary)
~It is Completely YOUR CHOICE! If you do not feel comfortable removing your undergarments, you are not required to do so. *Ladies, If you do not feel comfortable removing your bra, I will request we unhook the back portion of your bra to best treat your upper/lower back & shoulders
Let's Discuss Draping ~What is Draping? Draping means that the client is covered at all times except the area of treatment at the time of treatment. (ex: If your therapist is working on your leg, Only your leg will be uncovered.) ~About half way into your massage, I will ask you to move from "face down" to "face up". *During this time I will slightly raise your blanket over you (not exposing you) to give you space to turn over and I will release the blanket as soon as you have turned onto your back. Is it normal that a massage includes my buttocks? ~Yes, It is General Standard Practice that during a massage that your buttocks (Glutes) will be massaged as a part of Lower Back treatment, Hamstring treatment, and Gluteus Maximus Treatment. *At No Point In This Portion Of The Massage will Your Gluteal Cleft (Crease) be Exposed
Remember Your Comfort Is Our #1 Priority! Now that you are well informed of what to expect during your first massage, let's get you scheduled!
(Tuesdey Kay Bodyworks does not discriminate against race, gender, LGBT, religion, political views, or physical differences)