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Unfiltered Client Questions


Clients Always Want to Know but Never Want to Ask


Do people fall asleep during their massage? Of course, but don't worry, your therapist will keep doing their job while you get some much needed rest. Should I talk during my massage? That's completely up to you. We love chatting with our clients about anything and everything, but this is your session and if you want peace and quiet that's exactly what you should receive. If at any point and time you've realized you opened that window of chatting and the therapist keeps talking and talking, by all means do not hesitate to say, "Do you mind if we have some quiet time for the rest of my session". Trust me when I say, "we will not be at all offended". Is it okay to tell the therapist they are using too much or too little pressure, or I feel like I need more work here or there? ABSOLUTELY! Do people really get naked/are we supposed to? Everyday. Again, that's completely up to you. To work certain areas of the body it is easier without excess clothing in the way, but we are more than capable of working around the clothing you want to keep on. You will be properly draped with the sheets in a way that does not expose any unmentionables. So don't worry, even if you decide to undress completely, I tell my clients, "I wont see any more than somebody would see if you were in a bathing suit." Will the therapist judge my body? We see all shapes, sizes, injuries, scars, you name it. To be a successful therapist, you must love what you do, we are not here to judge a single thing on anyone. As we are not perfect ourselves and surely wouldn't want anyone judging our bodies. We love our clients and always want you to feel safe and comfortable. What kind of massage is right for me? If your unsure of which massage you should be getting, do not worry. simply tell us what your needs are and we will lead you in the right selection. We completely understand looking at a massage service menu is similar to going into Starbucks for the first time and trying to order something you can't even pronounce. Like, "what in the world is Ashiatsu Massage?"