Frequent question: Do you have to take your clothes off for a massage?

Once you’re in the room, the therapist will leave so you can slip off your robe and get on the table. There should be a blanket or a towel for you slip under for privacy. And unless the therapist tells you otherwise, you usually start stomach-side-down.

What do you wear when getting a massage?

You can wear what you want

Some clients keep underwear on, some wear compression shorts, and everything in between. I give massages to clients who are fully clothed. Whatever you are going to feel comfortable with is the best thing that you can wear (or not wear) to a massage.

What kind of massage include private parts?

The yoni massage is exclusively for women and focuses on a lady’s private parts.

Should I shave before a massage?

Should I shave my legs before my massage or body treatment? Shaving is recommended but please be sure to do so no less than four hours prior to your scheduled appointment. Certain products may irritate newly-shaven skin.

Is it rude not to tip a massage therapist?

There are no definite rules on how much money you should tip your massage therapist. Some spas have no tipping policies, so it’s always helpful to ask ahead of time. But given that you were happy with the service, 15–20% of the total amount is an appropriate tip for a massage.

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Is it rude to wear headphones during a massage?

Rule of thumb: if it’s not safe for work, it’s not safe for the massage clinic. Alternatively, you’re also welcome to bring in headphones. However, please keep the volume low enough that your massage therapist can ask you questions without having to shout at you.

What should I not say to my massage therapist?

What NOT to Say / Do with Your Massage Therapist

  • Ask your massage therapist to go see a movie / come to your house / etc. …
  • Excessive noises. …
  • Comment on our looks/attractiveness. …
  • Poke your head out of the room to let us know you’re ready. …
  • Start undressing while we are still in the room. …
  • Touch us.