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Plan Your First Visit

* Before the session, give your massage therapist accurate health information and share your expectations.

Use the following forms: 
Client Intake Form, Release Form, Bowenwork Form, HIPPA Release Form, Child Intake Form, Public Disclosure and Informed Consent

* Your massage therapist will probably use oils, lotions or powders to decrease friction on your skin. If you have allergies, tell your massage therapist.

* Music might be played during your massage session. If you find music distracting, let your massage therapist know your preferences. The same goes for talking during your session.

* Report any discomfort you experience during the massage session, whether it’s physical or has something to do with the environment.

* Provide your massage therapist feedback during the massage concerning pressure and speed of hand movement, for example.

* Discuss any apprehensions you have about massage therapy with your massage therapist. Remember, your massage therapist is a professional who is dedicated to the profession.

* Remember, too, the therapeutic benefits 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.

The individual treatment plan that was designed for me while I was pregnant helped with stress, and my overall wellness. After the birth of my daughter I continued with specialized treatment and I could not believe the difference of less fatigue and back pain. The experience with different types of massage is vital to all the changes in our lives.

Amy Whittemore