Frequently Asked Questions
Can you provide treatments at my office, home, or at special events?
I do offer in-home and in-office treatments when my schedule permits. I also provide Chair Thai Bodywork for special community or corporate events. Please call or email for more details.
Do you help treat terminal or chronic illness?
I have extensive experience treating chronic pain, injuries, as well as assisting with recovery from illness and strokes.
Do you offer prenatal massage?
At this time I do not offer prenatal massage.
What length of treatment should I select?
Please note that, while I do offer 60 and 75 minute sessions, Thai massage is best experienced in a 90 or 120 minute session. It is not possible to complete the full cycle of moves in a traditional Thai massage in 60 minutes, so I have modified the sequence to accommodate folks who only have time for a one hour massage.
Where is your practice located?
My practice is located in my home. The space includes a dedicated treatment room, reception area, and restroom.
How should I prepare for my first treatment?
When making your appointment, please let me know if you have any specific needs. Also, please let me know if you have any injuries. Please do not eat for at least 90 minutes prior to your massage. If you must eat, a light snack of fruit or nuts is best.
What should I expect from my first session?
Thai Massage is performed with the client fully clothed. We provide traditional pants and shirts for you to wear, but if you prefer to wear your own clothes, choose comfortable, loose clothing with long sleeves and long pants. Thai massage (with the exception of foot massage) does not use oils.
Treatment times do not include time for consultation or changing. For example, a 90-minute session includes 90 full minutes of bodywork. Please plan to allow extra time for consultation and changing both before and after your session time.