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New Client Forms

If you would like to fill out the client intake and waiver form before your appointment please click on the links below. All forms must be completed, signed, and submitted prior to your first session.

A Matter of Policy

Payments & Cancellations

  • Payment is expected at time of service. Accepted forms of payment include Cash, Zelle, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and HSA/FSA credit cards. A 3% Processing Fee will be added when paying with debit or credit cards.

  • Cancellation & No-Show. You must give at least 24-hour notice of cancellation. If you fail to give sufficient notice, a No-Show Fee of 50% of the scheduled value will be due. An invoice for the amount of the Cancellation Fee will be emailed to the address on file. If payment is not remitted by the due date listed in the email, the amount will be charged to the credit card on file. If there is no credit card on file, and payment is not received, then you will not be able to schedule until your account is paid in full. 

Gift Certificates

  • If you have an expired Gift Certificate, it can be redeemed for 50% of the Original Value for up to 6 months from the expiration date. If the Gift Certificate is not redeemed within 12 months from the date of issue, or 6 months from the expiration date, it will be VOID.

  • Gift Certificates CANNOT be "split" or divided over multiple sessions.


  • Requests for first time appointments via text message, email or phone calls will no longer be accepted. New clients MUST schedule their FIRST visit through the online portal. 
  • If you are a new client, you MUST complete, sign, and submit all forms prior to your first visit. These forms are available via the link above titled "Client Intake Form," or you may request to have them emailed.
  • Please be sure to visit the restroom prior to appointment time so as not to lose any valuable massage time answering Nature’s call.
  • Please be sure to shower first if you have been working out, hiking or sweating outside all day. Massaging dirt back into your skin does little to help flush and release toxins from the body.
  • If you are pregnant, please let me know at the time of scheduling. If you are in your 3rd Trimester, you must have written permission from your doctor.
  • If you are undergoing chemotherapy, rehabilitation therapy, have recently undergone surgery or incurred an injury, or have recently been involved in an automobile accident -- PLEASE CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE SCHEDULING. You may also be asked to provide written permission from your attending physician.
  • Massage dehydrates the body; therefore, it is important to drink plenty of water before and after your session.
  • After a massage, you may feel dizzy, nauseous and/or sluggish. You may develop a headache or feel fatigued. It is important to consume plenty of water post-massage in order to flush your system and hydrate your tissues and cells.
  • After receiving massage, your muscles may be sore. There may even be some mild bruising. In such cases, it is helpful to ice sore areas to reduce pain and perform mild stretching to increase blood flow. This will help mitigate second-day soreness which is often worse than the first day after a deep tissue or trigger point treatment.
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