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Here are some massage etiquette items and what not to say or do during your next massage with us:. Yes, pointing these out can be awkward. We just feel that laying it all out makes it clear on both ends what is expected during a massage.
Professional relationships can be a bit tricky, especially when you can connect so much with an individual. We do want you to share what you want to share about you and your life. We also want to maintain that appropriate distance. We strive to retain a professional relationship with our clients.
That means that we prefer to see you in our professional setting alone. We will deny the invitation and suggest you see a different massage therapist, especially if your request is too suggestive. Excessive noises. Noises happen. Moaning when something feels good happens. Because of the years of misrepresentation in our industry, we tend to be slightly more sensitive to certain compliments. The problem is that we have to also be ready for the massage.
Start undressing while we are still in the room. Again, to maintain a professional relationship, we need to leave the room before you start disrobing. To make sure each client is always comfortable, we only expose what we work on as we work on it.
Disrobing before we leave the room is exposing areas we are not currently working on, and it is distracting when we are trying to listen to what you need for that session. Touch us. We touch you.
And uncomfortable. And again, we might think that you are trying to shift the professional relationship.
Be late and then expect us to give you your full time. That includes showing up on time but taking a phone call for 15 minutes or talking to us about everything under the sun, preventing us from starting on time. We want to start you as close to on time as we can. If we end up starting late because the Massage Therapist is starting late, then you should expect your full time, but not if you are late.
We enjoy chatting with our clients and getting to know you. We really do. We want to sustain Let me massage it by omitting conversations that detract from our goals—getting you to feel better. Now here is what our massage therapists promise you: We will listen to what you need during a session and tailor the massage to fit your needs.
We have a 30 minute buffer between each massage, so you will get your full time. We will not comment on your body, nor will we judge it. We will check in to ensure you are comfortable. We will expose ONLY what we work on when we work on it. We will not ask you out. We will care about you as a person and client. We will not rush you to get on the table—take your time and breathe. We will maintain professional boundaries, making our relationship with you a long-lasting professional one.
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