office policy

Office Hours

Office hours are by appointment only from 9am -9 pm Monday through Thursday.

Friday and Saturday and Sunday from 8am-9:00pm. Phone messages are returned daily.

Payment

A credit card is required to book appointments, payment is by personal check or cash. We also accept Credit/Debit cards through Square and Paypal. There is a $25 service charge for returned checks. Payment is due at the time of service. We offer discounts for University Staff, Professors and Students.

General Session Information & Cancellation Policy

All session times are approximate and include treatment, payment and rescheduling. Please be aware that late cancellations (less than 4-hours notice) or “no shows” will be charged at the full rate of the scheduled session. Exception will be made for emergencies, such as disabling illness, death in the family, etc.

Arriving late for your scheduled appointment will shorten the time of your treatment, with full charges being applied.

Corporate and Out-call services require payment in full, prior to the scheduling of the appointment.

 

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**All clients 17 years old or younger must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian, or have written release and consent for treatment prior to appointment.

General Contraindications

For certain medical conditions massage therapy is generally contraindicated, or should be avoided at the time. In general a massage will make you feel worse.

These include:

  • systemic contagious or infectious diseases, including the common cold

  • acute conditions requiring first aid or medical attention

  • severe unstable hypertension

  • significant fever.

Local Contraindications

For the following conditions massage therapy is locally contraindicated, around the affected areas only. Direct contact should be avoided:

  • Acute flare-up of inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis

  • Deep vein thrombosis

  • aneurism

  • frostbite

  • local contagious or irritable skin conditions

  • open sores or wounds

  • recent surgery (requires a Dr/s release)

  • recent burn

  • varicos veins

  • malignancy

Massage therapy does not constitute medical treatment and is not a substitute for a medical examination or diagnosis. If you are dealing with a serious health condition check with your health care provider before seeking massage therapy

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Massage appropriately.