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Your First Massage? Here's What You Can Expect

What to Expect at Your First Massage Therapy Session

If you’re feeling hesitant or anxious about your first massage therapy session, knowing what to expect can ease those feelings. Here’s a breakdown of the process:

  1. Intake Form: Before your session begins, the therapist will ask you to complete a confidential two-page intake form. This form helps maximize safety and effectiveness by providing essential information about your health, injuries, and areas of pain or tension.

  2. Consultation: During the consultation, the therapist will inquire about your focus for the session. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, stress reduction, or pain relief, they’ll tailor the massage accordingly. Do you have knots in your neck, back pain, or sore calves from running? Let them know.

  3. Privacy and Comfort: After the consultation, the therapist will give you privacy to undress to your comfort level. You’ll lie down on a heated table under a sheet and blanket. The therapist will check that you’re comfortable and adjust the table temperature, lighting, and music.

  4. The Massage: The therapist will use customized techniques based on your goals. Only the area being worked on will be exposed. Throughout the session, they’ll ensure your comfort and preferred pressure. Aromatherapy and hot towels enhance relaxation.

  5. Post-Session: Once the massage is complete, the therapist will leave the room, allowing you to dress. They’ll offer feedback and suggestions based on the session.

We hope to see you soon at Divine Spark for a rejuvenating massage experience!

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We hope to work with you soon. Please contact us if you have additional questions on what to expect during a massage at Divine Spark.

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