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Frequently Asked Questions

What to wear, etiquette, shaving & more ?'s

What to wear

This is entirely dependant upon which treatment you have booked.  

For instance, if you have a back massage booked, then I would ask you to remove clothing to the waist and lower the waistband of your trousers, skirt or underwear so that I can work the area,  a towel will be tucked into your clothing to ensure no oil is transferred to your clothes. 

 

For ladies the massage can be carried out with or without a bra, if you prefer to leave your bra on, then I would just ask you to take your arms from the straps so I can work across the top of the shoulders and top of arms.

For a full body, then you would need to undress to your underwear. and again you will be draped with towels/sheets/blankets and only the area worked is uncovered.

For clients who have devices fitted i.e. stoma bag, picc line, portacath etc., it really doesn't matter, we just adapt the treatment and work around them.   

I work in accordance with current government guidelines and adapt to their recommendations.

If you have any concerns or questions, please contact me.

Shaving

I am not worried whether you have shaved your legs, underarms etc., it is actually better if you don't; if you have any nics, cuts or grazes from shaving then I will need to avoid the area, also you get a better finish if you shave after; as the massage helps remove dead skin cells and lifts the hair too.

Waxing

Please leave it 12-24 hours after a leg wax, if you are having your legs massaged - this is to avoid the risk of infection.

Mobile phones

It's your time, so if you are expecting a call please ensure that your phone is available for either me to hand to you or if you do not wish to be interrupted pop it on silent or switch off.  

Etiquette

I've treated men/women for the past 30 years and am happy to provide holistic treatments for you, however, in an effort to eliminate sexual predators, inappropriate texts and phone calls, I will only now see new male clients who have been recommended by current clients, or where you provide your name, address and work details.  As with all bookings you will also be required to enter your email and card details on the booking system.

I run a zero tolerance business.  

For individuals who ask for inappropriate services, I have done, and will continue to pass your details to the police.

So, if  you genuinely wants a professional treatment, you are welcome to book with me.

Thank you

My code of ethics are in line with the British Register of Complementary Practitioners and the Association of Reflexologists.

If an appointment is cancelled with less than 24 hours notice, full payment will be charged

Cancellation Policy
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