I have many certificates, from ashiatsu, sarga, reiki, truama touch therapy, cupping, Thai massage, trigger point, swedish massage, deep tissue massage and I keep accumulating more every year. I believe the more I know the more I am qualified to assist my customer. I am definitely about quality of touch.
I love my job. I love everything of the same about my job. And every time I take care of a customer I am in it 100%
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
When I work with new clients I like to know a little bit about their history and their environment. This helps me implement a customized massage that targets my client's needs and problem areas.
- Have you been to a massage therapist before?
- Are you in pain?
- What is your profession?
- How are you affected by an injury?
- Have you tried anything else?
- Do you have any conditions?
- Ask them to go over their health form.
- Are you taking any medications that may be a contraindication to massage?
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
License massage therapy from Berkana institute of Massage.
Bachelor's in psychology from University of Colorado.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
Home/business massages within my 10 mile radius:
60 minute massage $110
90 minute massage $145
120 minute massage. $180
*Rates are for clients with in my 10 mile radius. An additional $3 it is charged for every mile outside my radius.
*Massages after 8pm are $100 extra
How did you get started in this business?
I wanted to make a difference in people's life. There's so many studies showing massage can help our human condition far beyond relaxation. Here are some physical benifits of massage:
- reduced muscle tension.
- improved circulation.
- stimulation of the lymphatic system.
- reduction of stress hormones.
- increased joint mobility and flexibility.
- improved skin tone.
- improved recovery of soft tissue injuries.
What types of customers have you worked with?
I work with clients with varying needs, from cancer patients, pregnant woman to injure athletes, altering services as needed.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
Look for a massage therapist with great physical stamina, strength, and dexterity. Also, a Massage therapist should be someone you feel comfortable with, listens well, and you trust to implement the best treatment for your body.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
Let your massage therapist know if you have any new or old injuries, if you have any allergies or if you're pregnant. If you feel any uncomfortable pain while in session or if you're too hot or too cold or if the music is too loud or if you're nervous about anything. Massage therapist are there for you. We like to make your experience pleasant, comfortable and happy.