Q: Will I have to take my clothes off?
A: During a regular massage: most clients remove all of their clothing, or all but their panties. This is 100% your choice. You will be appropriately covered at all times during the massage. You will be given privacy and sufficient time to undress and dress. However, if you are uncomfortable wearing anything less than a three piece suit, then by all means, that is what you should wear during your massage. The idea is for you to relax, and if you're all tense about being undressed, well, that really defeats the whole puropse. That being said, if you are planning on being fully dressed, please wear loose, soft clothing. Getting a massage through a three piece suit is just really not the same. Not to mention you'll get all wrinkled.
For an chair massage: you will remain fully clothed. You may be asked to remove any bulky jewelry, and it is best if your aren't wearing super-bulky clothing.
For Thai massage: you will remain clothed. Please wear loose fitting or easy to move in clothing- think yoga clothes.
Q: What if I have allergies or skin sensitivities?
A: Please mention this at the time you make the appointment. Depending on the allergy or sensitivity, we should be able to accomodate you.
Q: Will the massage have a "happy ending"?
A: NO. Any inappropriate behavior will subject you to physical or mental trauma or the law. The session will be immediately terminated and you will be expected to pay in full. Pervert.
Q: When I recieve a wonderful massage, should I tip?
A: That is up to you. Tip your massage therapist as you would any other service professional. We would tell you what percentage is standard, but that would seem too forward. Look it up.
Q: Should I talk during the massage?
A: Don't feel like you have to. It's not a dinner party. However, certain types of massage require more communication, and certainly if you are feeling any discomfort- pressure, temperature, etc.- then by all means, speak up! Not saying anything would be like not telling a cab driver that they're taking you to the wrong address.
Q. Why don't you use capital letters at the start of some of your sentences?
A. Because in some cases, we think it looks better. You'll probably be able to spot the sarcasm and silliness here and there on our pages, too (if you look close enough...). And probbably the occasional typo. And who knows what other rules we're breaking. The point is, life is short. There are real problems out there, and we try not to spend a lot of time worrying about the little things that don't matter.