What do you say during a massage?
Inform your therapist at the beginning “I feel like I just want a quiet session today, can I check in with you after the session about what you found?” Alternatively you could say that you have something to think through and need some quiet time today, then the next time say, “I loved the quiet of the last session.
What do you call a full body massage?
Shiatsu massage works the whole body, but your therapist may focus on areas of your body that need extra attention. During the massage, your therapist will use their hands, palms, and thumbs to massage certain points of your body. Pulsing or rhythmic pressure is used. You can be fully clothed during this massage.
What do you say at a spa?
The following is a list of fun spa day quotes:
- “Relax like your life depends on it”
- “Being happy never goes out of style!”
- “So sorry, I couldn’t see you through the cucumbers on my eyes.”
- “This must be the art of doing nothing at all.”
- “When in doubt, zen it out.”
- “It is a good day to have a good day!”
Do people talk while getting a massage?
Many clients find it comforting to talk for the first few minutes of a massage, especially their first few sessions as we’re getting to know each other and build the trust that is really important to a great therapeutic relationship.
Are you supposed to talk while getting a massage?
Their general rule of thumb is to respect the client’s right to peace and tranquility by talking only as much as the client talks without creating new branches of conversation that might disrupt a client’s relaxation, unless it pertains to information needed to perform the massage.
What are the benefits of a full body massage?
Benefits of massage
- reduced muscle tension.
- improved circulation.
- stimulation of the lymphatic system.
- reduction of stress hormones.
- increased joint mobility and flexibility.
- improved skin tone.
- improved recovery of soft tissue injuries.
How should you act when getting a massage?
The Proper Rules and Etiquette for Getting a Massage
- Don’t Wear Granny Panties. Or, Just Don’t Wear Underwear.
- Tip Is Rarely Included.
- Choose the Right Massage Therapist.
- Don’t Chow Down Before You Get on the Table.
- Use Your Words.
- Do These Three Things Before You Arrive.