So, you are thinking about have a mobile massage therapist come to your home but you have some concerns right?
Hopefully we can provide some answers for you.
Do I have enough space?
An average massage couch is about 6 feet long and 3 feet wide (1.82cm x 91cm). The therapist will have to get around the whole couch and as long as they can do this then you have enough space.
Do I have to supply all my own towels?
Most mobile massage therapists will bring all the towels, sheets or blankets that they need – but always check when booking.
Do I have to supply my own massage oil?
No, all mobile massage therapists will bring their own oil.
Will there be music?
Every mobile massage therapist is unique so it is best to ask this question when you book. You don’t have to have music if you don’t want to, if you prefer silence you can tell your therapist.
Will my house be warm enough?
All good mobile massage therapists will bring enough blankets to keep you warm and some even carry electric blankets. If you are concerned check when booking.
Will I be safe?
If you are concerned that the therapist coming to your home will not be professional it would be advisable not to book a massage with them. All good mobile massage therapists will be happy to provide you with copies of all their qualifications, their insurance certificate and identification xsikisizle.net when asked. If you are looking to book a therapist check for reviews on their website or social media platforms.
How long will it take for the therapist to set up and pack down?
All good massage therapists will be adept at setting up and packing down quickly, but it is advisable to allow an extra 20 mintutes on top of your massage time for this.
Will the therapist have to bring a lot of equipment?
The therapist will have to bring a massage couch and a small hold-all type bag with the rest of their equipment.
Do I need to have parking nearby?
Yes, for a mobile therapist to come to you they will need to be able to park nearby.
Will I be able to have a mobile massage if I live in a first floor flat or above?
This will depend on the therapist you book. You should advise them when booking if they have to climb stairs to come to you to avoid disappointment on the day of your booking if the therapist is unable to carry their equipment up to you. Some therapists may even still charge you for turning if you have not informed them about the stairs.
We think we have covered most common concerns. If you think of anymore queston you want answered please comment below and we will do our best to answer them.