I have never had a professional massage.  What can I expect?

On your first visit, you will be asked to fill out an intake form that asks questions about your general health, specific injuries and whether you are under a doctor’s care. This is the time for you to ask me any questions you may have. The entire process will only take a few minutes and will not cut into your massage time.

You will be given instructions on how to lay on the table. You will be given privacy while you undress. Typically, you will start face down with your body entirely covered with a sheet. You will be asked to remove any jewelry and watches so that they do not interfere with the massage. We play relaxing music during the session. If there is some particular music or sounds you would like please feel free to ask or bring your own smartphone or other device with an auxiliary input.

Do I have to remove my clothes?

Chair Massages are typically done fully clothed. However, table massages with creams/lotions require you to remove your clothing.  What you remove depends upon your comfort level and whether or not you are receiving a full body massage or treatment to a specific area. We use professional draping techniques and only uncover the area that is being worked on at that time.

What are some landmarks to help me locate your offices?


We are located at the corner of West Broad St and 2nd Ave, two blocks west of Main St. The entrance to our suite is on the side of the building, on 2nd Avenue.

The parking lot behind our building is assigned to specific individuals and not for client parking. There is unmetered 2 hour parking on 2nd Ave and metered parking on Broad St.

We are located in the State Farm Plaza between Hertz and Acura. Our suite is on the 2nd floor. Additional parking can be found in the back of the building.

Is your office handicapped accessible?

Unfortunately at this time both our locations are not handicapped accessible.

Do you massage children?

Yes, children can benefit from massage as much as adults do.  We treat your child with the utmost care and respect.

*State licensing requires a parent to be present in the room during the massage for anyone under 18 years old.

Can I shower after my massage?

Unfortunately, we do not have facilities for showering.

Is there any special preparation on my part before or after my massage?

While there is no preparation that is needed before your massage it would be very helpful if you allow yourself to relax during your massage.  It is also highly recommended that you drink lots of water after your massage.  The water is important because massage releases toxins from within your muscles and the water helps wash it away and remove them from your body.  Without enough water to wash away the toxins, you may experience some muscle soreness.