Where am I located?
West Kensington, London
How much do I charge for are treatments?
Massages starts from £60/hour.
What are opening times?
Do I use a massage table?
What is the appropriate clothing to wear during my massage?
Before your massage, you’ll be asked to remove clothing to your level of comfort. Lie on the massage table, underneath the provided sheet or towel, which will cover your body except for the part being massaged. Take off only as much clothing as you are comfortable removing. If you don’t want to remove your clothing, wear clothing that will be comfortable during the massage and will allow me to touch and move the areas of your body you expect will need to be massaged.
Do I need to inform you if I have any medical conditions?
Communicate with me before the session, give accurate health information and let the me know your expectations and reasons for the massage. Your health and well-being is very important to me so please discus with me if you have any medical conditions such as allergies, surgery, pregnancy, etc,…
How to prepare myself for my massage session?
The most important preparation: Prepare to relax. The more relaxed you become before your massage, the deeper the relaxation you’ll experience at your massage and, if you’re being treated for an injury, less time and energy will be spent getting to the problem and more time and energy will be spent treating the problem. It’s very important to relax your muscles and your mind. Tightening up by contracting or hardening your muscles during the massage is counterproductive. If you have possibility prepare your body with a bath or shower. Bathing before your massage will warm you and your muscles up, making you and your muscles more relaxed! Be as receptive and open to the massage process as possible.
What type of massage is right for me?
Getting a massage is a relaxing and enriching experience. Many people come to the massage table unsure of what to expect. Even with the widespread use of therapeutic massage, so many people have not experienced a massage and are not sure how to take an active role in getting the most out of their massage. However, it’s hard to know a lot of times what to do before and after your massage. Massage is the system of repetitious touch that allows healing and balance to develop in the body and mind of the receiver. The intent of therapeutic touch is not to affect change in a specific area of the body, but rather to affect change in the whole body. Thus, every cell of the body after a treatment of therapeutic touch can be working more efficiently. Massage helps improve the body’s circulation, increases blood and lymph flow, stimulates the nervous system and affects internal organs as well as all of the muscles.
What type of massage do I offer?
I offer Swedish massage, Deep Tissue massage, Relaxing massage, Sports massage, Hot Oil massage, Lomi Lomi massage.
Is it OK to eat and drink before my massage?
Don’t eat just before a massage session. Let your body digest your meal first. You don’t want to be starving, but you might be uncomfortable during your massage if you’re stuffed. Eat at least one hour prior to your massage session and try to avoid consuming alcohol.
Can I tell you if the pressure of the massage is too hard?
Of course! Give feedback to me during the massage on the amount of pressure, speed of hand movement, room temperature, etc. If anything happens that you dislike or seems improper, you have the right to ask me to stop. If necessary, you also have the right to end the session. I am here to relax you, not stress you.
What are the payment methods?
I only accept payment in cash pound sterling. Sorry but I do not accept any other currency or any other form of payment.
Do I have to keep silent during the massage session?
Some people like to talk during a massage, while others remain silent. Depends what you prefer. During the massage session, report any discomfort, whether it’s from the massage or due to any problems or distractions related to the environment, e.g., room temperature, music volume, lighting, etc. Some massage therapists play recorded music during the massage session. Others find music distracting.
What type of oil do you use during the massage session?
I use Sweet almond oil which is one of the most popular massage oils among massage therapists. Extracted from almonds, sweet almond oil is pale yellow in color.
It is slightly oily, which allows hands to glide easily over skin. Sweet almond oil is absorbed fairly quickly, but not so quickly that you need to keep reapplying it. Sweet almond oil it is non allergenic so it usually does not irritate skin. However people with nut allergies are probably best advised to avoid using almond oil, or to try a patch test first.
Are there any side effects to massage?
In general, there are no side effects to getting a massage. Drink extra water after your massage. You need to keep relaxing. During massage, toxins are pushed out of your muscles and released into your bloodstream. Drink lots of water to help flush out the toxins. You may also be sore – massage is almost like a form of passive exercise. Don’t get up too quickly and do allow for some open, quiet time after your massage session. If you’re dizzy or light headed after the massage, do not get off the table too fast. It also may take a little time to integrate or absorb the results of the massage session.
How often should I have a massage?
Be prepared to schedule several massage sessions. Massage has its greatest benefits over time. The therapeutic effects of massage are cumulative, so the more often you get a massage, the better you will feel and the more quickly your body will respond.