Frequently Asked Questions
Answered by owner Diane:
I know massage feels nice, but what else is it really good for?
Does getting a massage hurt?
How often should I get a massage?
The answer for the average person would be as often as you can afford. I would say every week if you could. In the 90’s when I began my massage career people did so without blinking an eye. Times and the economy have changed. People are busier. But, my answer remains the same: as often as possible. Every day if you could! But I would not suggest a Deep Tissue massage as often.
It is a great way to spend your money. The benefits are investing in a body that MUST LAST A LIFETIME. I often hear of people waiting too long to address discomfort and needing surgery as a consequence. That results is pain, loss of work, loss of time, lots of trips to the doctor, and lots of expensive medical bills. None of that feels good! By contrast, massage DOES feel good, and is a comparatively inexpensive preventive health care tool. Massage can be a effective part of a journey into a healthier lifestyle.
Do I have to get naked?
How do I find the right massage therapist for me?
Let a member of our team know what type of massage you are looking for and any health concerns you wish to address. All of the massage therapists that provide treatments at Freedom Massage are trained, licensed, and knowledgeable in multiple techniques. They will customize their style, and treatment, based on your needs. Additionally, you can find our massage therapist’s bios on our webpage, which can also help you find the best massage therapist for your needs.
Another difference at Freedom Massage is we ENCOURAGE YOU to try our entire staff. You will not hurt your therapist’s feelings if you want to try another team member. We are confident you will enjoy the similarities in the sessions and the subtle difference of each staff member.
Should I talk during my session?
The important issue here is that there are times when you need to speak up. If the therapist is doing anything to make you uncomfortable, you should let them know immediately. Also, let them know if you get too warm or too cold, if the room is too bright, or if the pressure needs to be changed (lighter or deeper). If something is not working for you – speak up! It’s OK!
Sure, if you’d like to talk go right ahead. The important thing to remember is that this treatment is all about you relaxing and enjoying the experience. Many therapists discourage talking in hopes that you will relax, let your mind float free and enter a state of massage bliss. In many instances, people may feel more relaxed starting off talking, and as the massage progresses, enter quiet states of relaxation.
Have more questions?
Call Diane the owner on her cellphone, 484-889-9749 — she will have an answer!