Frequently. Asked. Questions.

I accept cash and or card “only”, no checks, please. We accept all major Credit Cards: Credit Card Icons

Yes, tips are greatly appreciated.

Yes, you will be properly draped, the only part being worked on will be exposed during your massage session.

We will discuss the desired outcome of your session. This will determine which parts of your body require massage. A typical full-body session will include work on your back, arms, legs, feet, hands, head, neck, and shoulders. You will not be touched on or near your genitals or breasts.

Massage therapy – is given by a licensed professional focusing on manual manipulation of soft body tissues, such as muscles, connective tissue, tendons, and ligaments, to enhance a person’s health and well-being. And is non-sexual.

Erotic or sensuous massage – is the use of massage techniques by a person on another person’s erogenous zones to achieve or enhance their sexual excitation or arousal.

Note: I have the right to end a session at any time if any inappropriate actions or verbal comments are used against me.

Usually, during the massage the client is unclothed. But it’s important you unclothe to your comfort level.

If you are no later than 10 minutes late, you will be able to receive the full massage. After 10 minutes I will perform the session and end exactly when that session was intended to end.

It’s best to be 10 to 15 minutes early due to the filling out the intake form, for new clients. This will insure we can begin your session in a timely manner.

That is fine just try to give a 24-hour notice or call the day of the scheduled appointment. I can immediately reschedule your appointment for what best suits you.

Yes, we have a shower at our location. I recommend you bring a change of clothes and items such as blow dryer, brush, shampoo etc.


If you have a fever, you should not receive massage therapy. In addition to potentially worsening your illness, you would also put the therapist at risk of getting sick.

Massage therapy is generally safe and can be applied to a wide range of individuals at any age. Even so, there are certain conditions that are contraindicated. If you suffer from certain illness and diseases, massage therapy may worsen the condition. If you have localized problems, the therapist will avoid the area. If you suspect that massage might be contraindicated, be sure to talk to your doctor before scheduling an appointment with a massage therapist.

  • Contagious diseases, including any cold or flu, no matter how mild it may seem.
  • Fever (100 degrees or higher)
  • Vomiting
  • Acute systemic condition that affects the entire body
  • Intense or unexplained symptoms
  • Pregnancy 1st trimester
  • Recent operations or acute injuries

Any massage work on burns and open wounds is contraindicated. Depending on the extent of your injury, the therapist might be able to massage other parts of the body if she avoids these areas.