60 Minute Session
To get the most from your session we invite you to arrive 5-10 minutes before your appointment to settle in, and give us a few minutes to go over the details of your treatment.
As a courtesy to the next guest, all treatments end at the scheduled time. If you arrive late for your service your treatment will be modified to fit the remaining time.
There is a 24-hour cancellation policy. Missed appointments are charged for the full price of the treatment.
Please do not come in for your treatment if you are sick, this exposes your therapist to illness. It is not recommended to receive body work when you are ill, and your immune system is compromised. We reserve the right to deny services.
Using a Flex Spend Account or a Health Savings Account?
Massage therapy can be a qualified medical expense, as long as a physician recommends it with a written prescription. The IRS rules state that medical care expenses must be primarily to ease or prevent a physical or mental ailment. Examples of illnesses that qualify include frozen shoulder, sciatica, migraines, hypertension, back and neck pain, arthritis, diabetes, fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression and pain management.
If the massage and bodywork is recommended by a physician to treat a specific injury or trauma, then it would qualify with a letter of medical necessity.
You can pay at the time of the massage with cash, check, credit card or make your purchase on this website. Either way, please feel free to call if you have questions.