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Before you arrive:
  • Try to arrive 5 minutes prior to your appointment time before your Thai Massage session.
  • Try not to eat 90 minutes before your Thai Massage session.
  • Wear long, loose pants (even in the summer) that allow you to move (no shorts or nylon running pants).
  • Bring a sweater or an overshirt for your comfort.
  • If possible, download a client information form to fill out to bring with you on your first appointment.
 When you Arrive:
We will sit on the mat for a few minutes where we will review your health history, discuss your present situation, your reasons for coming for Thai Massage, and any concerns that you have. I will describe briefly what to expect and we will get right to work.

During the session:
  • Settle onto the mat and try to focus on your breathing.
  • Feel free to talk or be silent. If a question, comment or insight arises please give it voice.
  • Try to be mindful of any desire or tendency toward idle chatter.
  • As much as possible for you, let go. In other words, if I lift your leg and begin circling it, let me do the work; try not to help. The full benefits of Thai Massage are realized when the receiver is fully passive and allows their full range of motion.
After the session:
We will take a few moments to check in about the session, and to see how you are feeling. Usually the next appointment is scheduled at that time, and then payment is rendered -  Cash, Check, or MasterCard/Visa are accepted. 

As  you leave the Studio
:
  • Re-enter your day slowly if you can.
  • Drink 3 glasses of water during the 3 hours that follow the session. 
  • Try to be mindful of feelings in the body, as well as thoughts and insights that may arise through the rest of the day.
  • Also be aware that there may be sore spots, and in rare cases even slight bruising. Soreness usually dissipates within a day.
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