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Frequently asked questions

Why is massage therapy expensive?
As a massage therapist my first priority is the care and wellbeing of you, but unfortunately this comes with a cost such as the rental and upkeep of the property, utility bills associated with the property, up to date training to give you the best possible service, equipment, oils, uniform, towels, travel expenses, time, marketing, taxes and insurance, to name a few. In addition, this can be a physically demanding role.

What are the benefits of having a massage            therapy treatment?
There are many benefits to having regular massage treatments. please click; Benefits of Massage page for more info.

How often should I have a Massage therapy                  treatment?
This depends on your general health and your affordability. Once a week would be ideal but because of time constraints and affordability, you should aim to have treatments at least once or twice a month. Remember - Even if you're in good health, treatment can help to minimise injuries, especially as we age.

What is the difference between Swedish                  massage and Deep Tissue massage? 
Please click; Benefits of Massage page for more information.

Should Deep Tissue Massage hurt?
In short no. If you have sore muscles at the start, then you may be tender to touch, but you should not feel active pain. For more info, please click; Benefits of Massage page.

Is sports massage just for athletes?
No, it's for every body! Even if you do no sports and are not physically active, this type of massage treatment is highly recommended as this could help strengthen your muscles and aid with your flexibility and mobility. For more information, please click; Benefits of Massage page.  

Is regular massage therapy better than exercise and          stretching?
Regular massage treatments are just one part of the whole puzzle. They are all just as important as each other. To give your body every chance of running at optimum health and injury prevention, you should do them all.

What massage treatment is best for me?
There are many different types of massage therapy  treatments available so some research may be required. If you're not sure, tell your therapist how you feel to see if you can both agree a starting point for treatment. No two massage therapist are the same or have the same style so you may need to try more than 1 massage therapist until you find the therapist that feels right for you. This is in the same way that most people go to the same hair stylist, barber, dentist etc. 

Why do I need to pay in full before treatment is confirmed?
This cuts out no shows. It's not fair for you to book an appointment and then not show up. Someone else could've had that time slot which means it's a double hit (loss) for the therapist. If you've paid, it shows you're more serious about the appointment.

What are the cancellation or rescheduling rules?
You should give a minimum of 24 hours notice to cancel or reschedule. This allows the therapist to make other arrangements and gives someone else the opportunity to have that slot. Failure to give a minimum of 24 hours notice will mean you may still be charged for that time and loose your payment.

How do I get a refund?
If you have booked a treatment but would like a refund, please call or email. A refund maybe refused if you have not given more than 24 hours notice. You cannot get a refund after you have had a massage treatment.

I still have a question/enquiry, what should I          do?
Please email via the Contact page.

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