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"Am I a candidate for massage therapy?"

Short answer, almost always, yes.

Massage therapy has many benefits ranging from decreased stress and anxiety, decreased pain/spasm cycles, increased range of motion, and improved tissue health and circulation. Individuals of all ages can receive massage therapy. Personally I work with anyone ages 10 and up.

Some medications, illnesses or conditions will contraindicate massage - if you feel this is a concern for you please use the contact form at the bottom of this page to reach out and see if massage is appropriate for you!

Your massage therapist will tailor to your needs during your treatment and personalize your massage and treatment plan to you.

Please note: If you are booking an appointment for an individual under the age of 18, a minor consent form will need to be filled out and signed by the parent/guardian of the individual prior to the massage appointment.

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"What should I expect after my massage?"


Please refrain from vigorous exercise for 24 hours following your massage. During your massage your muscles and body are getting signals to relax; going to the gym afterwards is going to confuse your body and can increase the risk of injury.

If you would like to work out following your appointment, light cardio exercise is appropriate.


After a massage, your therapist will likely always recommend a warm bath or shower. Epsom salts are a great addition to your bath after a treatment. This is to reduce any kickback pain from the massage. Not everyone feels sore afterwards, however it is a possibility. Post treatment soreness generally resolves in 1-3 days. 

I may recommend other hydrotherapy applications as well to benefit you.


Please drink lots of water after your massage. Water will help flush out the toxins/wastes that have been released by your muscles during the treatment. This will also help decrease kickback pain.

Remedial and Therapeutic Exercise

I may give you some exercises or stretching to further benefit you between massages and help you achieve your wellness goals. These exercises are given to you for your benefit; massage is a great tool. However, wellness goals are better achieved through additional healthy habits and routines like stretching and strengthening. 

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"Do you direct bill?"

Direct billing is currently unavailable. If you have insurance coverage for massage therapy services, you can self-submit for reimbursement from your insurance provider.

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Are you looking for a more holistic approach to your health or simply want to feel restored and rebalanced? Let's get in touch!

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