Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequent questions and answers
Do people fall asleep?
This is your time from start too finish so if you would like too sleep feel free if you would like to talk that is acceptable as well. Some people are more comfortable talking and others prefer silence either way is the right way .
What should I eat before?
It’s better to have a light meal before and plenty of water night before.
can I drink alcohol after?
Yes, however we strongly suggest waiting. It is always recommended you stay hydrated and drink plenty of water afterwards, this helps in flushing out toxins released during session.
Is it normal to become emotional?
Through massage therapy it is common too experience sudden emotions such as happiness, sadness, anger, confusion, anxiety. Just remember you are in a safe place and let your therapist know if it becomes overwhelming this is usually through deeper and more frequent sessions however it has occurred in the beginning from time to time.
Once again. These sessions are about you and only you so take the time needed and breathe.
What to Expect in your massage session.
Your therapist will leave the room while you get ready for your session. You undress to whatever you are most comfortable in. You will be draped under a sheet & blanket uncovering each area while being massaged.
how do you know what type of massage that you need?
You can discuss that while making appointment .your therapist will also ask you questions. Always let your therapist know what kind of pressure you would like before a session. They will check in too make sure your comfortable as far As pressure, temperature table etc…
Can I have a massage if I'm pregnant?
The answer is yes. Mountain elite has both options for side lying or lying prone depending on condition of individual during their pregnancy.
You can’t however have deep tissue or certain pressure points on ankle and foot area also Swedish around lower back and hip location only.
When filling out client intake form you may specify if you have any questions or concerns before hand.