What to Expect
What Can You Expect from a Massage?
You fill out a new client form to tell us about any medical history, past or present injuries and other physical conditions we should know about. Your Massage Therapist reviews the form with you. They inquire about the reason(s) why you are coming for a massage, your current physical condition, and any specific areas where you are experiencing pain or would like addressed during your massage.
The Treatment Room
Your Massage Therapist takes you to a peaceful treatment room with a comfortable massage table. Calming music plays softly in the background. The table is dressed with a warming blanket which can be adjusted for your comfort. Your Massage Therapist leaves the room and waits outside while you disrobe to your level of comfort. Some clients prefer to completely disrobe, while some remain partially clothed. Once disrobed, you lie on the massage table, under the top sheet. Your therapist gives you a few minutes for this process and knocks on the door to ask if you are ready before entering your room.
You will always be draped with the top sheet during your massage session and an additional blanket is available at your request. Your therapist will only uncover the part of the body they are working on, ensuring that your modesty is respected at all times.
Depending on your specific needs or requests, your massage therapist will either perform a customized full-body massage or focus on the specific parts of your body that you have requested. About Body uses all natural massage creams and oils during your treatment.
After the Treatment
Once your massage therapy session is completed, your therapist leaves the room so you may re-dress. It is a good idea to drink water after a treatment to help the body flush out released toxins.