Frequently Asked Questions

Are your massage cover by insurance?
I’m a licensed holistic practitioner, not a RMT. Although I’ve completed my massage therapy diploma, I haven’t acquired a provincial license. While many insurance companies require claims to be filed by an RMT, some may accept claims from non-RMT massage providers. It’s advisable to check with your insurance provider to determine their policy regarding non-RMT massages.

Do you provide happy ending?
Absolutely not. It’s incredibly disheartening that this question is so frequently asked. I find it quite insulting and it can really put a damper on my day when confronted with it. My goal is to challenge and change the stigma surrounding this industry by firmly establishing appropriate boundaries.

How do you manage to offer such affordable rates with your level of experience?
Operating without a physical storefront is beneficial for me. I prioritize establishing long-term client relationships, aiming for regular return visits rather than occasional appointments limited to privileged individuals.

Is draping required for massage therapy?
Yes, draping is required for massage therapy sessions. Draping refers to covering the client with a sheet or towel during the massage, except for the area being worked on. This practice ensures the client’s comfort, privacy, and maintains a professional standard in the massage therapy industry.

What does full body massage include?
A full-body massage typically includes massage techniques applied to your back, shoulders, neck, arms, hands, legs, feet, and sometimes your head and face. The specific areas and techniques can vary based on your preferences and the type of massage you choose.