Massage terms and conditions
If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, that’s fine as long as you give me 24 hours notice. If this is not possible, you can gift your appointment to a friend or family member, otherwise the full fee is due.
If you forget your appointment, or just don’t turn up, you still have to pay for your session.
If you are taken ill, or have a sudden emergency like going into labour, then you don’t have to pay, but please try to give me as much notice as possible.
If you are late, your session will be shorter to accommodate the clients booked in after you. When life conspires to keep you from your massage, please let me know as soon as you safely can. Depending on how much of your session remains, I will decide if there’s enough time for a treatment. You will still be responsible for paying the full amount of the treatment you have booked.
I recommend clients drink at least a glass of water after their massage session, more is better to help flush away the chemicals released from the tissues. Massage has a cumulative effect and it is most effective to have a regular series of treatments.
Releasing physical tension can also create an emotional release, this is a normal part of the healing process. If you experience strong emotions after your massage, try to be kind to yourself and give your feelings space. I am happy to talk through what is going on and regulate treatment if necessary.
Sessions at my therapy room are £58 for 75mins and £47 for an hour. Other sessions are priced individually. I do offer a sliding scale however and am happy to discuss a lower rate after the first session. There are a limited number of lower cost places available at my discretion.
The details of sessions, medical and personal histories will stay confidential. Where my massage work is discussed, for example in supervision, no information will be given which would disclose a client’s identity.
Any recommendations about nutrition, exercise or the process of physical conditions are educational. It is your responsibility to seek medical guidance and to take responsibility for the way that you manage your health.