MEET & GREET
When you get to your Spa Stinny Massage, you’ll fill out your personalized form to indicate any medical history, injuries, or physical conditions they should be aware of. This step is important, so it’s best to arrive 15 minutes early to give yourself enough time to focus on you.
LET’S GET TO KNOW YOU
You’ll then go over your personalized form with your therapist and discuss the areas of your body you'd like to address. Your session time includes 10 minutes for consultation and dressing.
Your therapist will step out for a moment, allowing you to disrobe (to your comfort level) and lay onto a table underneath the top sheet and blanket. During your massage, your therapist will only uncover the areas of your body they’re working on.
DURING YOUR MASSAGE
You can ask for either a full-body massage (for general relaxation) or a customized session focusing on specific parts of your body. And remember, your comfort matters. Feel free to talk with your therapist as much, or as little, as you wish.
It’s important to relax your mind and muscles during your massage. Breathe normally and try not to tighten or contract your muscles. Maintain open lines of communication with your therapist if you’d like to provide feedback on their pressure or techniques.
When your massage is complete, your therapist will wait outside while you dress. When you’re ready, they’ll return with you to the front and offer you a glass of water (it’s important to stay hydrated post-massage). And if you appreciated your experience, you can always leave a tip. We look forward to your visit!
When it comes to your comfort, we got you
A massage should make you feel good and communication with your therapist is key. You can tell your therapist that you’d like more or less pressure, what areas you’d like to target, what might be causing you discomfort, and more. Your feedback will help them deliver the best experience possible.