As of COVID-19, I Require That Each Client Have Their Own Gear.

In the current climate, potential cross-contamination prevention is imperative, from household to household. 

Every client with their own table gets $10 off each* and every session; which would, eventually, pay off the cost of the massage table, as our wellness partnership continues.

This was a discount that I provided prior, as an option; now it's required--and I have updated my prices to reflect the $10 discount. 

Your table a is a useful tool; and if you can, I recommend adding a shiatsu mat as well, for floor work--especially if you prefer deeper work. 

The massage table becomes a vehicle to a relaxed state, over time; as our bodies come to associate the experience of laying still on a massage table, with relaxation.  

The more massages you receive, the quicker your body may associate laying on the table itself with a relaxed physical state, and you may experience a relaxed state sooner during the session. 

Many of my long-time clients express feeling relief as soon as they lay on the table, because their nervous systems already know what is about to happen.  

Muscle memory is phenomenal.

Let's work with that.

Simply laying on your table, for a few minutes a day, could provide relaxation therapy--especially when your brain associates the table with particular neurological states. 

*each session, from 1- 6 hrs/$10 off

You may use your table as space to practice conscious breathing, which may also support your massage program. 

As you practice conscious breathing while laying on the massage table, you are inculcating the habit of practicing conscious breathing while you are receiving your massage; which may assist your nervous system with muscle disengagement; so that we may accomplish more during your massage session, together. 

You could use your massage table as a stretching space.

I can guide you through stretches you could do, to maximize its use and better support your self-care.

It's also extremely useful for Couples Care and Parents Care classes; while I teach folks to work on the floor or on a bed if they don't have a table, it's nice to have the option to use a massage table when it's preferable to floor work.

If you have both a table & mat, then I can teach both. 

I recommend purchasing a massage table that is rated to 450 lbs, and has a 2.5-3 inch foam cushion. 

You may also want a bolster; a pregnancy/long pillow, for side-lying work support; a fleece pad/heating pad; 2 sets of massage sheets/face cradle cover; and a blanket. 

Please provide a stool or adjustable chair so that I may provide seated work, so I don't need to bring in my stool.

The less I bring in, the less contamination vectors present.

I only bring inmy balance-pole for mat-work support.

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