Many new clients will ask, "How long a session do I need to schedule?" While there is no one right answer for all clients, this chart can help serve as a guideline for scheduling your next treatment. Remember, each desired outcome may require more or less time depending upon a client's specific situation, body type, general health, alternate wellness practices, treatment modalities used, etc. Sometimes more than one session will be necessary to fully address any specific concerns. Talk to you therapist if you are unsure which session length or treatment type is right for you. If you'd like to know more about the services available at The Great Escape Massage & Wellness Center LLC be sure to visit our Service Menu page or call 308.432.4558
Remember, half hour sessions are mainly for partial body treatment, or for focus work on one or two areas. Hour sessions are required for full body treatment or more detailed work on any given area. Those suffering from significant tension, pain or other health concerns will most often receive the greatest benefit from a 90 minute (or sometimes a 120 minute) session. Also, for those uncertain of what a "full body" massage entails, rest assured that during a professional massage session private areas always remain private and special draping is always used to provide both security and comfort. Scheduling a session longer than 90 minutes may increase the likelihood of post-massage soreness, particularly if deep tissue or trigger point modalities are used. Always be sure to communicate with your therapist throughout the session to ensure a comfortable amount of pressure is used. We hope this helps you better determine which session length to choose. Feel free to visit with us if you're still uncertain which session is right for you.
Why make a fuss over terminology? Today in the United States, professional massage therapists strive to maintain a very clear distinction between those of us who seek to provide safe, effective and ethically sound services to the public, versus those who provided unethical, potentially unsafe, or illegal services. When the public chooses to use appropriate terminology when referring to professionally educated, and especially state or nationally recognized massage therapy providers, it helps solidify that distinction in the public mind thereby helping keep both clients and professionals safe across the board. Thank you in advance for helping us in this effort.
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As we go through this week reflecting on our wonderful freedoms, we'd like to give thanks to our clients who have been such a blessing and made our many years of service possible. For those who have never visited before we'd like to offer our *FREEDOM FROM PAIN* special this week. New clients eceive $5 Off any half hour pain relief massage, or all clients save $10 each when you schedule an hour for yourself and one for a friend!
Offer good July 2-5, 2018 only. Offer not valid with any other specials or promotions. Call us at 308.432.4558 to find out more.
Located in Chadron, Nebraska. By appointment only, sorry no walk-ins.
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*Massage has been found to be highly effective at alleviating a variety of pain syndromes, however massage may not be appropriate for everyone. If you would like to find out more about the benefits of massage therapy and whether it may be the pain management answer you've been looking for, contact us today at 308.432.4558.
Jerri W., LMT, CWC
Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Wellness Coach with over 25+ years of experience in pain management, relaxation techniques and lifestyle education.
Heather R., LMT, CWC
Certified Wellness Coach and Licensed Massage Therapist with a passion for helping others achieve optimal wellness through healthier living.
NOTICE: The information provided herein is meant for educational purposes only. We accept no liability for your use of the information provided. As always, use your best judgment and if in doubt, please consult your healthcare provider to determine the best course of action for your particular situation.