Typical First Massage. . .
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The normal allotment of time is 1 or 1.5 hour sessions. The majority of my clients get 1.5 hours, more than 1.5 hours would necessitate being a long-term or a very large client. Most sessions need to be separated by at least three (3) days. Again, there are exceptions. It is important to have recovery time. Anytime we get a massage is good. It is my understanding that, if we wish to build session upon session, we don’t want to go beyond four (4) weeks. Most clients, after initially getting massages weekly or more often, begin to become more comfortable and happy with the way their bodies are working and adjust their appointments to 2, 3, or four(4) weeks between sessions.
Now, What’s that first massage look like?
This “IS” the typical first visit. Subsequent visits change as we adjust their session to what’s going on in their bodies and what their body is telling them.
Clients are in charge at all times. My goal is to support my clients to the best of my ability. Pressure, firm enough to get work done, as long as it comfortable. In later visits, we can work deeper as the body changes. Clients determine whether there is conversation or not, music volume or different music, more light in the therapy room or less.
My personal goal, other than generating an income with my Massage Therapy practice, is to affect positive changes in my client’s bodies so they can become happier people.
Remember! We never prescribe, diagnose, or claim to treat anything. We have our experiences and stories to share, and we point people to sources of information.
Looking forward to meeting you
Kenneth R Vetter P.D.M.T.