Visiting a new practice can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.
We’ll walk you through what an LMM session looks like,
so you can just relax and feel better.
What session should I choose? It’s hard for us to judge what your body needs before you’re on the table, so we usually suggest starting with a 60 minute Therapeutic Massage. This session is a great place to start because your therapist is free to use a wide variety of modalities specific to what each part of your body specifically needs. Therapeutic Massages are the best fit for the majority of our clients.
Do I need to fill out paperwork? We do ask our clients to fill out a brief intake form prior to their first session. Plan to arrive five or ten minutes early to fill out the paperwork and let us to get to know you a little bit! This time helps us understand your body and lifestyle so we can provide you with sessions that are specifically tailored to your needs and problem areas.
Do I need to undress for my session? We do ask our clients to undress for their massages, and all of our therapists are extremely respectful of your privacy and comfort. The therapist will leave you to change while they go wash their hands, and you will position yourself under the sheets on the table. You will be draped modestly during the entire session, so no need to be concerned!
What will my therapist work on during the session? That depends on what your problem areas are! Your session will be specific to you, and will probably change each time you visit because you are not a stagnant being. In general we try to do a full body massage each session (back, legs, feet, arms, hands, and head and neck), but the time spent in each area and techniques/modalities used will change with your needs.
How do I pay and reschedule? After you are dressed and your therapist returns to the room, you can pay and reschedule for your next session. We accept card (Discover, Visa, American Express, and MasterCard), cash, or check. We create custom treatment plans for our clients, so be sure to ask your therapist when you should have your next session.