Services are available by appointment on a daily basis. Please schedule your appointment on line or call in advance to ensure availability. I do not accept walk in appointments.
Arrive In Good Time
Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment to complete any paperwork & to prepare for your experience. Please note that paper work is to inform us of your health history. Some of the chemicals, solutions, products, essential oils and treatments used may be contraindicated with certain medications or illness.
Late arrivals may be asked to reschedule and will be responsible for payment of missed appointment. I will not compromise the next client and squeeze you in for your appointment.
24 hour cancellation notice for spa services is appreciated. Cancellations less than 4 hours of scheduled services will be charged the full amount of scheduled service time. No Shows will be charged for missed appointments. 1 session or treatment will be deducted from package sessions. You will also be required to pre-pay for all services and may be dismissed from the practice.
Thank you for respecting my time.
Please wear comfortable clothing to your appointment. Avoid heavy makeup, cologne/perfume and jewelry.
Turn off cell phones upon entering the treatment room. (Remember you are here to relax)
Please refrain from waxing or shaving prior to any treatment involving an exfoliation.
Hair Removal for women is best when scheduled 1 week after menstrual cycle.
No tanning 24 hours before or after hair removal. Tanning before hair removal may result in skin lifting, burning and or scaring. Tanning immediately after hair removal may result in hyper pigmentation, hives, rash or infection due to the excessive heat causing sweating.
Avoid intense exercise following hair removal.
Avoid alcohol and caffeine 8 hours prior to hair removal. Alcohol and caffeine cause hypersensitivity and bleeding.
Inform us of any recent changes to your medical history.
Medications including antibiotics may react with products that we may use.
No hair removal for 1 week following antibiotics. Your skin may lift or burn.
Please arrange for child care prior to your visit. No children will be permitted in the treatment room.
There are many hot surfaces, chemicals and sharp instruments.
Enjoy the time being completely about you.
I will accept Visa, Master Card, Debit Card using Square 2.75% Card Fee
Gratuities are not included in any service and may be given at your discretion. Thank you!Common Questions
Why do people seek massage therapy?
Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and tendinitis
Stress relief and stress-related conditions
Headaches and migraines
Muscle and related conditions such as spasms, strains and sprains
Repetitive strain injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome
Circulatory and respiratory problems
Post-injury and post surgical rehabilitation
What should I expect during a massage session?
Massage therapy relieves stress. It is thought to help the body's stress response by lowering levels of hormones such as cortisol.
Clients will be asked to undress down to their underwear while the massage therapist is out of the room, and lie face down under a sheet on a padded massage table.
The massage therapist will knock on the door to make sure you are ready. The massage therapist re-enters the room and will then adjust the face rest and pillows to ensure that you are comfortable and properly positioned. Tell the massage therapist if you are too warm or cold.
-You are underneath the sheet at all times, and in
The massage therapist uses a light oil or lotion on the skin and begins the massage. A full body massage usually begins on the back and legs. You will then be asked to turn over so you are face up. The massage continues on your hands, arms, feet, legs, neck, chest, head and face. The abdomen will be massage upon request.
After the massage, the massage therapist will leave the room so you can get dressed. Take your time getting up. If you sit or stand too quickly you may feel lightheaded or dizzy.
Will Massage Therapy Hurt?
Massage therapy shouldn't hurt. Occasionally there is mild aching when the massage therapist applies pressure over "knots" and other areas of muscle tension.
If the pressure is too strong for you, let the massage therapist know.
Never hold back a comment or question.
Communication is very important.