Why do I have to provide you my medical history?

Massage affects your body in ways that go far beyond your skin and muscles. Massage affects your cardiovascular system and your immune system, and stimulates your parasympathetic nervous system, which controls the relaxation response. It is important to determine that massage is safe and appropriate for you. A full medical history can also help your therapist to be aware of any areas that need to be avoided, such as a recent injury site or skin condition.

Do I have to take all my clothes off and will I be exposed?

It is our policy for all our client to leave their undergarments on. You will then get under a bath-sheet. You will be fully covered except for the area of the body that is being massaged. The genitals and breasts are never exposed or massaged.

Should I talk during the massage?

Most people like complete silence so they can relax and during your massage soothing Thai music will be played so you can completely unwind. To talk or not to talk is up to you. Please always tell us if something feels uncomfortable. It won’t hurt our feelings. The most important thing is that you enjoy your massage.

Should the massage be painful?

If your goal is to relieve muscle tension and pain, you may feel a “good” type of pain during the massage. The “good” type of pain should never cross the line where it doesn't feel comfortable. Please tell us if this happens so that we can lighten our technique. If you experience delayed soreness the day after the massage, this is completely normal, just take a hot bath and remember to drink plenty of water. Generally people feel deeply relaxed and refreshed after a massage. Massage may reduce aches and pains, increase joint mobility, and improve mood.

Do we have shower facility?

No we don't have shower facility, but we can provide you with warm, wet towels.