Simply Serenity Massage

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FAQ

When is Massage not advised? Should I cancel?

What Conditions May be helped with Therapeutic Massage

What to Expect

  1. Where will I receive my massage?

    Simply Serenity Massage is located inside the Montgomery Professional Center in Suite #10. Your surroundings will embrace you in warmth, soft light and soothing music. Your table will be heated to allow a deeper relaxation but may be turned off if you prefer. 

  2. Where is the therapist while I get ready?

    Your therapist will leave the room while you undress and relax on the table covering yourself with the top sheet. 

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Draping & Etiquette

  1. Do I need to use covers/draping?

    Yes. Proper draping with full sheets is required. Towels or non draping is not allowed and will not be tolerated. As the therapist works on different areas of your body she will uncover those areas with proper draping techniques to safely work on those areas. 

  2. Lewd Behavoir

    As Massage Therapist we take an oath to provide a safe comforting and therapeutic environment for our clients. We hold the utmost respect for our clients, their privacy and thier well being. We ask that our clients provide us with the same level of respect as we provide them. A therapist will never make any inappropriate comments or behavoirs before during or after your massage session and the same is expected of clients.

    Lewd behavoir of any form will not be tolerated. If any gestures, comments or behavoirs of any sort occur,  before during or after your massage session it will be terminated immediatley and you will not be allowed to return in the future. You will be charged for the full amount of your session and legal actions will be taken if necessary. 


  3. Undress to comfort level

    Tho most massage clients find that completely undressing allows for a deeper relaxation it is not necessary.

    The therapist will work within your comfort level. It is prefered that the minimum clothing left on would be underwear, bras, underwear, socks or other clothing maybe left on but may limit certain massage techniques. Your therapist will work with you thruout your session to assure that all areas of concern are addressed as best as possible within your comfort level.

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When is Massage not advised? Should I cancel?

  1. What if I'm ill or not feeling well?

    If you are sick or getting over a cold or feel one coming on it is best to cancel your appointment. Massage can speed a cold where you could get sicker quicker, and not allow for the proper healing your body needs. You may also be contagious and could spread it. By limiting the contact you have with others it will limit the chance of spreading a virus. 

    Certain medical conditions can all detour massage. This is why it is important to fill out your medical questionaire as best as possible so your therapist can help assist you best or advise if massage is not appropriate at the time being. 

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What Conditions May be helped with Therapeutic Massage

  1. What Conditions May be Helped by Therapeutic Massage?

    An increasing number of research studies show massage reduces heart rate, lowers blood pressure, increases blood circulation and lymph flow, relaxes muscles, improves range of motion, and increases endorphins (enhancing medical treatment). Although therapeutic massage does not increase muscle strength, it can stimulate weak, inactive muscles and, thus, partially compensate for the lack of exercise and inactivity resulting from illness or injury. It also can hasten and lead to a more complete recovery from exercise or injury.

     

    People with the following conditions have reported that therapeutic massage has lessened or relieved many of their symptoms.

     

    * Arthritis 

    * Asthma 

    * Carpal tunnel syndrome 

    * Chronic and acute pain 

    * Circulatory problems 

    * Gastrointestinal disorders (including spastic colon, colic and constipation)

    * Headache 

    * Immune function disorders 

    * Insomnia 

    * Myofascial pain 

    * Premature infants 

    * Reduced range of motion 

    * Sports injuries  (including pulled or strained muscles and ligaments)

    * Stress 

    * Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction 

     

    Contraindications

     

    * Certain forms of cancer

    * Phlebitis

    * Some cardiac problems

    * Some skin conditions

    * Infectious diseases

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