Ethics and Purpose

  • The massage therapist will apply a combination of massage techniques, including all available on this website and stretches to your shoulders, upper pectoral muscles, arms, hands, neck, head, legs, feet, abdominal area and back.
  • The therapist will work only in the areas indicated above.
  • You may choose to tell the therapist to omit any areas.
  • Massage therapy practitioners are not qualified to perform spinal or skeletal adjustments, diagnose, prescribe, or treat any physical or mental illness. Nothing said in the course of the session should be construed as such.
  • Massage of the breasts of females and genital massage is not performed under any circumstances.
  • Sexual intimacy between therapist and client is never appropriate, and should be reported to the Massage Therapy Board.
  • You, the client, or I, the massage therapist, may end the massage at any time for any reason.
  • You, the client, will discuss with the massage therapist, prior to the massage, if you have any indications or contraindications for massage therapy. You will provide information about any injuries, recent surgeries, or physical conditions that may be affected by massage therapy.