Q&A

Q: How do I get an appointment with you?
A: To schedule an appointment, you may call/text me at 918-527-7170 or e-mail me here. (Text messages and e-mails generally receiver the quickest replies.)

Q: What is a typical treatment session like?
A: Since I do my best to cater every session to each individual’s needs at that given moment, in a sense there isn’t such a thing as a “typical” treatment. To read more about my approach, click here.

Q: Will I have to disrobe?
A: I offer plenty of services (i.e. chair massage, Thai Yoga Massage, reflexology, craniosacral therapy) where you can stay completely clothed. In the event that you do need to disrobe, the level to which you do so is always up to you and I will leave the room to allow you to get comfortably situated on the table. You will be covered/draped with a sheet during the whole session.

Q: What type of payment do you accept?
A: I accept cash, check, credit/debit (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover), and PayPal.

Q: What is your cancellation policy?
A: I require a 24 hour notice when cancelling or rescheduling an appointment. If you are unable to give 24 hours advance notice, you will be changed the full amount of your appointment. This amount must be paid prior to your next scheduled appointment.

Q: Should I tip?
A: Gratuity is always optional. I think of each session as a chance to help improve your health and wellbeing. The best way you can show your appreciation is to schedule your next visit and tell your friends about me!

Q: How often should I get worked on?
A: The answer to this question has a lot of variance. Some people are able to come in once a month in order for their body to operate at its fullest potential; other people, especially when they first start seeing me, need to be worked on more frequently (i.e. every other week).

Q: Do you accept insurance?
A: I do not accept insurance; however, upon request, I will provide you with an invoice that you may send to your insurance provider for possible reimbursement, depending on your insurance plan.

Q: Do you sell gift certificates?
A: I do!

Q: Can I come even if I’m not in pain?
A: Of course! A lot of people start coming because they’re in pain, but then our sessions end up resolving it. Many of these people still continue to come because they consider it general maintenance/up-keep (which it is). It’s also true that the body hides pain/dysfunction, so just because you don’t feel pain doesn’t mean it’s not accumulating somewhere in the body (don’t worry, I’m good at finding it and working it out). In addition to this, I have a number of clients who confess that this is the only thing that they do for themselves; they say they’re worth the investment and I couldn’t agree more. Over time, bodywork can become a bit of an addiction (but hey, if you’re going to have an addiction, this one is probably the most ideal).