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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the benefits of relaxation massage?

Relaxation massage offers a range of benefits, including stress reduction, improved sleep quality, relief from muscle tension, and a general sense of well-being. It promotes relaxation of both the body and mind. You will feel rejuvenated after the session.

2. How does relaxation massage differ from other types of massage?

Unlike deep tissue or therapeutic massage, relaxation massage focuses on gentle techniques and soothing strokes. The goal is to induce a state of deep relaxation, rather than targeting specific muscle issues. It is very important to communicate with therapist how you want the pressure. This way, you will be able to enjoy fully the experience.

3. What areas of the body are typically targeted during a relaxation massage?

We typically focus on areas prone to tension, such as the neck, shoulders, back, and legs. However, the massage can be tailored to your preferences, ensuring you feel comfortable and at ease. Some clients don’t want a Foot Massage and others don’t want a head or facial massage. Please let the therapist know in advance.

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4. What kind of oils or lotions do you use during a relaxation massage, and why?

We use high-quality, hypoallergenic oils or lotions with calming scents like lavender or chamomile. These choices enhance the sensory experience and contribute to the overall relaxation effect. On a personal note, when it comes to neck massage, I usually change it to the Body Shop – Breathe Massage melt because of the Eucalyptus and Rosemary ingredients. It provides a feeling of serenity and calmness that most clients appreciate. 

5. How can relaxation massage help with stress and anxiety?

Relaxation massage triggers the relaxation response in your body, reducing the production of stress hormones. It also promotes the release of feel-good neurotransmitters, helping to alleviate both physical and mental tension. You will always leave a session with a light feeling.

6. Are there any conditions or situations where relaxation massage is not recommended?

While relaxation massage is generally safe for most people, it may not be suitable for individuals with certain health conditions such as infectious skin diseases or serious circulatory issues. We can discuss any specific concerns you may have. Please know, I only offer Relaxation massage as of now. 

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7. What can I do to enhance the effectiveness of a relaxation massage between sessions?

Incorporating simple relaxation practices into your daily routine, such as deep breathing exercises or stretching, can complement the effects of the massage. Staying hydrated and getting adequate rest also contribute to long-lasting benefits. I want to emphasize on the hydration. After each session, I always provide a bottle of water and recommend to not do heavy activities after the massage.

8. How often should I consider getting a relaxation massage for optimal results?

The frequency depends on your individual needs and lifestyle. For many people, a monthly session is beneficial for maintaining overall well-being, but we can discuss a personalized schedule based on your goals.

9. Can you customize the pressure and techniques used during the massage based on my preferences?

Absolutely. Your comfort is our priority, and we can adjust the pressure, focus areas, and techniques to match your preferences. Communication during the session is key to ensuring you have the best experience. I will always ask you about the pressure during the session and adapt depending on your response.

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10. What can I expect during and after a relaxation massage session?

During the session, you'll experience a gentle and calming touch. Afterward, it's common to feel deeply relaxed, possibly a bit drowsy. It's important to take your time getting up and allow the serene feeling to linger as you ease back into your routine. I always ask my clients to take their time and provide them with a bottle of water after the session. It is very important to hydrate because you body goes through a sort of ‘work-out’ session.

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