Please arrive fifteen minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to complete a detailed questionnaire and relax with something warm or cold to drink while you wait for your therapist. At subsequent appointments, these buffer minutes will allow your nerves to soften and your body to rest as you mentally prepare for your massage.
Your massage room and table will be warmed according to your preferences and you can expect to be comfortably and modestly draped with both a sheet and blanket throughout the entire massage. If you think of anything your therapist could change or add to increase your well-being and comfort, please let her know promptly.
Your therapist will discuss your needs and expectations prior to each session. You are welcome to be as specific as you can when requesting attention for problem areas. Your therapist is prepared to either completely lead the session with her own style and technique and/or create a custom massage according to your requests.
Before you make your appointment, take a few minutes to study our massage therapists' biographies and the descriptions of each type of massage they offer. When speaking with our helpful front desk staff, let them know which type of massage you are interested in receiving. This winter, we highly recommend either the hot stone massage or hot stone add-on. You'll be pleased with the deeply penetrating warmth that relaxes both muscle and soul.
Our massage therapists use Biotone massage creams and lotions, specifically formulated to leave your skin feeling soft and moisturized without a greasy feel. Environmental damage from the harsh cold, wind, and sun in Alaska may inspire you to come in for a massage if only to receive the benefit from the intensely hydrating and restorative properties of our crèmes. Although it is beneficial for use on the face, hands, feet, and entire body, please inform your therapist if you desire to be massaged without crème in any location.
Finally, for your safety and the safety of others, please refrain from making an appointment if you are experiencing any contagious condition, including the flu or a contagious skin ailment. If you have a localized, open cut or other wound, please bandage the area and inform your therapist of its location. Thank you for your consideration.