FAQS

Do you accept health insurance?

We do not accept health insurance at this time but hope to be able to offer it in the future. We do accept HSA & FSA cards.

What should I wear to my massage appointment?

It’s often best to arrive in comfortable clothes for a couple reasons. First of all, it’s nice to leave in comfortable clothes after your massage. Secondly, comfortable clothes that stretch well can make it easier for us if you’re a person that likes and/or needs to be stretched. There are times where we will conduct a massage and then have you get dressed before we stretch you. 

Can massage help with my pain?

Massage is very beneficial for all different types of pain. We deal with a lot of clients experiencing carpal tunnel, limited range of motion, sciatic pain, tingling/numbness, muscle soreness, tennis elbow, etc. If you are unsure if massage can help you, feel free to call us with your questions/concerns and we’ll be happy to answer your questions. 

Do you ever over any loyalty discounts?

While we don’t have any loyalty programs, we do our best to keep our rates affordable. Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook which is where we advertise many of our upcoming promotions. 

Should I workout before or after my massage session?

Ideally it’s best to get your workout in before you come in for your massage. The goal of a massage is to get overly tight muscles to relax so asking them to contract immediately after your massage may negatively affect the results of your massage.

How often should I get a massage?

This varies per individual depending on how much tightness one has, how long it’s been since their last massage, and what kind of pain (if any) one may be experiencing. Your therapist can make a recommendation on frequency when you come in for your massage session.

Do you accept credit cards? 

We accept credit cards, check, pay pal, and cash.

Do you only work on athletes?

Not at all. Our logo is a barbell to represent strength and fitness because we believe in the health benefits that fitness provides the body. While a large portion of our clients are athletes, we work with the general population as well. We believe that everyone can benefit from massage.