Frequently Asked Questio ns
Assisting Body, Mind and Spirit through Therapeutic Massage
Motion is a key element of good health. If someone is able to perform slow motion stretches they will find their body will be more limber, more robust and more fit to handle the tasks of daily living. If someone is not able to move normally or must spend significant time sitting at a desk or in a wheelchair, massage can improve health by moving the lymphatic fluids. By the actions of systematic compression, toxins are removed from the cells which allows fresh blood, complete with antibodies, vital oxygen and the necessary nutrition to enter keeping a cell healthy. The net effect of the massage is that the client will feel better, pain will be reduced, motion will be easier and a better range of motion may be may occur.

I am having the therapist come to me. Is there anything I need to provide or do ahead of time?
No. The therapist brings a massage table, sheets, oil and music. You just relax.

Will the therapist ask me questions about my physical health?
Yes. You will fill out a short health history form so the therapist can tailor the massage to your needs.

What do I wear during the massage?
A lot of people remove all their clothing. However, you may choose to wear underwear. The therapist will give you privacy to undress and you will be covered by a sheet except for the area being massaged.

What do I do during a massage?
Make yourself comfortable and relax. That's all you do.

Will the massage hurt?
Our therapists use oil or lotion and start out using Swedish massage strokes to relax your muscle tension-these strokes feel good. Pressure may be increased on specific areas-if needed. You may experience some pain but it is short lived. This will greatly reduce your pain in the long run.

How will I feel after the massage?
Most people feel very relaxed. Some experience relief from pain and body aches. Often-after the initial period of feeling like a bowl of cooked noodles- you may feel increased energy and greater productivity. It is recommended you drink several glasses of water as toxins have been released into the blood stream during the massage.




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1 John Dyer Way,
Doylestown, PA 18902
Phone:  724-255-6610

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