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should I do during and after my massage?
Also see First Massage page for some additional notes.
General Tips on how to prepare for massage:
You may want to prepare for a massage by taking a warm shower. It's important to let me know about any particular pains or areas of concern you may have so I might work on them appropriately. Also, be sure to speak up about what you need such as lighter touch or deeper work. Some people experience a bit of congestion in their sinuses due to the facdown position in the face cradle, so let me know if you need a tissue. If for any reason the music is too loud or soft or you'd like me to move on to the next song, just ask. I bring 10 hours of music that's always within reach during the session, so I don't have to fumble and waste time to adjust or find new music.
Temperature: If you are cold or too warm, please let me know. Be aware that during a massage the lotions and oils that are applied to your skin can pull the heat out of your body or simply make it seem cooler in the room. If you are chilly, I can add a blanket, turn up the heating pad on the table or adjust the ambient temperature with a space heater. If too warm in the summer we can always open a window or possibly have a fan available. If you think the room may not be warm enough be sure to mention it on the phone when we schedule the appointment so I can be sure to bring a heater.
What else can I do after the session to prevent soreness?
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