Bodywork Guidelines ~ How to get the most out of your massage

//Bodywork Guidelines ~ How to get the most out of your massage

Bodywork Guidelines ~ How to get the most out of your massage

Bodywork Guidelines ~How to get the most out of your Harmony massage

At Harmony Health & Massage, you are held in respect within a professional, therapeutic setting. Making the decision to receive a massage is a turning point for many who suffer from chronic tension, recurring pain, headaches, and anxiety. Massage is a natural remedy for many symptoms that stem from nervous system overload and soft tissue torsion that can linger.
Some first time questions could be…What should I expect? How much pressure will feel good? How much do I undress?

Here are some basic bodywork etiquette guidelines to help you get the most out of your session, create a healthy client-therapist relationship, and address some of those unknowns.
Read the full article from ABMP

Punctuality = Full Session

Honor Your Body

Shower Up

Consider Confidentiality

Get It Your Way

Sobriety, Please

Nope, Won’t Find That Here

You’re Human

Time To Wake Up

Tipping Tips




About the Author:

Balance ~ Nourish ~ Inspire. As a master bodyworker, wellness guide and yoga instructor, in support of your journey, I am joyful to offer you a holistic approach to wellness. Certified in 1994, at the Cottonwood School of Massage Therapy, my continued studies of the healing arts include additional certifications in Ashiatsu™, Cranial~Sacral Therapy, Spinal reflex Therapy, Chi Nei Tsang, Reiki Master Level, and Classical Yoga Instruction.Together, we will customize your session to inspire your body’s regenerative capacity. Understanding that everyone’s body has the inner wisdom to heal, we’ll transform stress into success, and explore new dimensions of health. As the owner and operator, my commitment is to support and guide you in managing stress and chronic pain. At Harmony Health our unique, wellness menu and time honored therapies will reshape your life into wholeness and balance.

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