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Spa Enjoyment Tips
- Do not eat a heavy meal or consume alcohol before a massage session.
- Arrive early. It also helps if you can take stressful thoughts off your mind and calm yourself.
- Be receptive and open to the experience and trust in the professionalism of our therapists.
- Before the session, let your massage therapist know of your needs. During the massage session, should you feel any discomfort; whether it is from the massage or anything else (room temperature, music volume, lighting, etc) tell us. Feel free to give feedback on the amount of pressure, speed of movement, etc.
- Do not be afraid to discuss any apprehensions or concerns. Your massage therapist is a professional dedicated to do her best to help you feel at ease.
- Deep breathing helps you relax. People often stop breathing when they feel anxious or a sensitive area is massaged. If this happens, remind yourself to breathe slowly.
- Tightening up during the massage is counterproductive. Let your massage therapist know if this happens. They can adjust the massage technique or help you relax.
- If your thoughts race, try to quiet your mind by following the hands of the massage therapist. Focus on how the touch feels.
- If you are dizzy or light headed after the massage, do not get off the massage bed table too fast.
- Drink extra water after a massage.
- Allow for some open, quiet time after your massage session. It helps your body absorb the results.
- The therapeutic effects of massage are cumulative, and its benefits get better over time. The more often you get a massage, the better you will feel and the more quickly your body will respond.