Give as much information as possible, as massage can effect many medical conditions in numerous ways.
Tell your therapist of any injuries or areas you would like specific focus on.
Most often you will be asked to undress to your comfort level, leaving your underwear on (this is company policy and will not be debated). You will lay under the sheets and blanket in the manner instructed by the therapist. Layers can be added or removed to keep you at a comfortable temperature.
Only the area being worked on will be exposed, one area at a time.
Our professional staff will use techniques to ensure your comfort level and theirs.
During your massage you should relax and breathe slow, this allows a better response from your body.
Remember, this is your massage and you should feel free to communicate openely with your therapist regarding pressure and discomfort to ensure your massage is everything you want it to be.
Deep Tissue: In some cases the pressure will be uncomfortable when working in an area of adhesion or "on a knot". This should be expected and will be made easier with proper breathing. However dicomfort should not cross over into pain and you should inform your therapist if this happens.