HOW TO PREPARE FOR A FULL BODY MASSAGE

Before the Massage 

The best way to approach your  massage is to relax and have an open mind. You’ll want to avoid eating at least a few hours beforehand. It’s best to give yourself enough time to arrive 20 minutes early. When you arrive,  I will have you to fill out a client intake form. 

Once your paperwork is complete, I will ask questions to tailor the massage around your specific needs. At this point, you’ll want to inform me of any specific areas you want addressed

(such as shoulder tension) and any areas you want me to avoid. Don’t be afraid to ask questions

at this stage, it will help me understand your concerns as a client.

During the Massage

After the Intake process, I’ll direct you to disrobe to your comfort level and lie down face up or face down beneath a sheet and a blanket after I leave the room. I do not  expose any private areas and only the body part I'm working on at the moment will be in the open air. Don’t forget to remove any jewelry that might get in the way.

I will then begin to massage your body at an agreed-upon level of pressure paying specific attention to any areas you requested. If at any point the pressure level is  too intense, make sure to let me know, as all clients have different preferences.

You can choose to talk or not during your massage. There will be relaxing music playing, but you can request it to be changed or turned off if you’d prefer silence.

Beyond that, all you need to do is relax and enjoy as I work out kinks, knots, and tight muscles!

After the Massage

When your massage is over, I will let you know I'm  done and leave the room so you can get dressed at your leisure. Some people feel dizzy right after a massage, so you should feel free to sit down and get your bearings.

Once you leave the massage room, I will be waiting to thank you, offer you bottled water-cold or room temp, review our session and process payment if need be.

2012  Nick Panos Massage  519 S. Otterbein Ave. Ste. 2  Westerville, OH 43081  (419) 207-1852

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