It is typically customary to undress to your comfort level for a massage therapy session, usually down to your underwear. The massage therapist will ensure you are properly draped during the session to maintain modesty and comfort. It’s important to communicate your level of comfort and undress only as much as you feel comfortable.
The price of a massage depends on the length of the appointment needed. At Human Integrated Performace our prices are: 30 min: $70
45 min: $85
60 min: $100
90 min $145
120 min: $175
The average massage therapy session is 30 minutes to 1 hour long. But the therapist can make it shorter or longer, depending on what kind of massage you want and how long you want it. For example, if you want a deep tissue massage, it may be more than 1 hour. If you just want to relax, it may be only 30 minutes. It is best to talk with your massage therapist before the massage. This way you can figure out how long the massage should be.
Yes, there is parking at the Human Integrated Performance performance facility for massage therapy clients. We have free 2-hour parking at ground level and underground. Additionally, our professional staff can help you with directions or any other questions you may have.
To prepare for a massage therapy session, you should relax and drink lots of water. You will also want to wear comfortable clothing that is not too tight. This way, your therapist can treat the areas that need it. Avoid eating a lot of food before your session. Otherwise, you may feel uncomfortable or sleepy during the massage. Make sure to talk to your therapist before your massage session starts so you can get what you want out of it.
Massage therapy can help people of any age. Athletes use it to get better at their sport and to reduce the risk of being hurt. It can also help people with chronic pain by making their muscles feel better and reducing swelling. Massage therapy is often used by people who are recovering from surgery or injury, those who have trouble moving around, or those with anxiety, depression, or insomnia.