Prices and services are subject to change.
Prices do not include gratuities.
Warm towels can be requested for any in office treatment at no additional cost. Please note these towels are Not provided for any out-call treatments.
Cash is the preferred form of payment, however; all major credit cards are accepted as well Checks, PayPal, Venmo, and Direct pay through Bank of America. Tips are greatly appreciated!
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ONLY POLICY
You understand that massage therapy and body work services are a therapeutic health aid and are non-sexual. You understand your massage therapist reserves the right to end a therapy session in the case of sexual innuendo or advances from the client/customer. You understand that any illicit or sexually suggestive remarks or advances made by yourself will result in immediate termination of the massage, and you will be liable for full payment of the scheduled session.
OTHER INFO: Please arrive at least ten minutes before your scheduled appointment time in order to ensure a full massage session.
APPOINTMENT CANCELATION POLICY
You may cancel your appointment without charge up to 6 hours preceding your appointment. If you do not call to cancel your appointment or do not show up for your scheduled appointment, you will be charged 50% on your account for the scheduled service.
Flexible Spending Account (FSA) may be used to pay for massage therapy or other medical services. First, check with your FSA administrator to confirm if massage services are covered. If they are, then confirm what documentation is needed for your file. This usually takes the form of a note from your primary care provider – usually a doctor or chiropractor – indicating that massage is necessary, and why. Many treatments, like massage therapy, can be used for both medical and non-medical (cosmetic) reasons. Because IRS regulations state that Flexible Spending Accounts may only be used for medical costs, your doctor needs to verify that these treatments will treat a disease or illness.