Spa Etiquette


New clients should plan to arrive 10 minutes prior to appointment time, or 5 minutes prior if you have already filled out the intake form online.

Arriving late could potentially deprive you of your treatment time. As a courtesy to the next guest, should you arrive late, your appointment will end as originally scheduled.

Anyone having a treatment between the age of 12-17 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in the treatment room.

Frequently Asked Questions


What is your Cancellation Policy

All services must first be guaranteed with a credit card or gift certificate number. I require a 24-hour cancellation notice for a single service and 48-hour notice for multiple services.  In the event that you are unable to give the necessary notice, you will be charged a 50% fee.  No shows will be charged 100% or loss of their gift certificate. Thank you for your consideration of these policies.

What should I wear?

Please wear or pack comfortable clothes for after the massage, as your skin and hair will have residual oil left over from the massage. I don't suggest having plans or appointments immediately following your massage for this very reason, many people prefer to go home and shower first. 

Will I be naked?

Once you and I discuss your massage expectations, I will leave the room, allowing you to disrobe to your comfort level and relax onto the massage table. Most services are best received in minimal clothing, however, all treatments can be done while semi-clothed if that is more comfortable for you.

Will I be sore after the massage?

Drinking lots of water will help with muscle soreness but it is perfectly normal to experience some soreness, although many people do not. The most important thing is that muscle relief was achieved and for some that may manifest as muscle soreness.

Where can I park?

My massage space is located inside Circle Healthcare Clinic and there is a free parking lot for you to use at: 2326 NW Lovejoy St.