Should I get a 60, 90, or 120 minute massage?
That depends on your goal. If your goal is just to relax, relieve general muscle tension and soreness, 60 minutes is a good amount of time to achieve that. A 60 minute massage is also good for just focusing on specific problem areas. If you want a full-body massage but have some areas that need a little extra attention, a 60 minute session may leave you feeling unfulfilled. A 90 minute session allows for a full-body massage and some focused work. While it is possible to have a full-body massage in 60 minutes, it does not allow for a lot of time to spend on specific areas. 120 minutes is only for a full-body massage mixed with focused, deep-tissue work on problem areas.
Do you have a referral program?
Yes, I do! If someone you refer makes and keeps an appointment, I will give you both $20 off a session.