Every new session begins with a brief medical history and discussion of what your needs are and/or goals for that day’s session. This time is in addition to your actual massage time. So, if have booked a 60 minute massage, 60 minutes is what you will receive. Please allow a few extra minutes for this collaboration.
Clients are asked to disrobe to the level of their comfort and will be completely covered under a sheet and blankets during the entire session. Only the body part being massaged will be exposed, you will be draped at all times. If you wish to wear underwear, loose fitting gym shorts, swim trunks, etc., it is your discretion. The important thing is that YOU are comfortable and relaxed.
I will leave the room before and after your session to allow you privacy getting on and off the massage table.
Massages are by appointment only. The best way to schedule your massage is by contacting me directly via my cell at (513) 316-2206 or email me at Susan@LotusTreeMassage.com. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.
Mondays: 9:00-5:00 PM
Tuesdays: 9:00-6:00 PM
Wednesdays: 9:00-6:00 PM
Fridays: 9:00-5:00 PM
Saturdays: 10:30-3:00 PM
Forms of Payment Accepted: Cash, check and credit cads accepted. Cash or check is preferred. Gratuity is not expected, but always appreciated.
Gift Certificates are available online or in the office.
Notice to Clients: – Any comments and/or behaviors that are sexually inappropriate will prompt me to immediately terminate the session and charge in full for that appointment. – Under no circumstances do I perform any kind of massage even remotely associated with sexual or sensual massage, ever. – You will be required to provide a valid State or Government picture ID/Driver’s License on your first visit.
Right to Refuse: – I reserve the right to refuse any potential client for any reason.
Draping: – Draping is a must and not an option. I follow professional massage draping protocol (sheet, towel, or clothing) with each massage. – No additional draping is necessary if the client is in clothing/outerwear.
Please respect the professional boundaries that exist between therapist and client.
“It was transformational. I wasn’t asleep and I wasn’t awake – I was somewhere else.” – Scott