Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What can I expect during a massage?
Firstly, I will listen to your story to find out what has brought you for treatment. At the first visit I will ask a few questions about your health and relevant medical history before giving an assessment of your posture and movement. This helps to identify the source of any problem area. Then I will use a range of soft tissue techniques to alleviate pain, stiffness or discomfort, allowing you to move more freely. If you just want a relaxing massage to ease tension, then I can provide that, also. I will recommend ways of keeping your muscles supple to prevent further strain or damage. Towels are provided to offer you privacy.
Does a massage hurt?
It should not be painful but some mild discomfort may be felt at the site of a problem area. Always tell the therapist if you experience any discomfort so that the pressure or technique can be adjusted for your comfort.
Can I bring a chaperone?
Yes, you are very welcome to be accompanied, if you wish.
Anyone under 18 must have a chaperone with them, in line with national safeguarding of children and/or minors.