What to expect?
Before your first treatment I will ask you to complete a detailed consultation about your health and lifestyle. This is necessary so that I can tailor the treatments to your individual requirements and more importantly to ensure the treatment is safe and appropriate for you. Be assured all your details remain confidential.
For all holistic treatments a course of treatments is recommended to kick start your body into action. Typically people respond well with 6 to 8 treatments. Weekly, twice weekly or monthly may be recommended. However it is entirely up to each individual how many sessions they have and how often they receive them.
People often find it beneficial to continue with regular maintenance treatments to maintain health and a feeling of well-being
- What are your opening hours?
Treatments are available Monday to Sunday, 9am to 9pm.
- Where are you located?
I am based in Colliers Wood, SW19 and I offer mobile therapies directly to your home or hotel room in and around Surrey and Greater London.
- Do I need to provide anything?
No. I will bring all that I need. All I need is the space for me to work in.
- How do I pay for my treatment?
Please pay in cash.
- Are there any travelling charges?
There are no travelling charges if you live within a 20 mile radius of SW19. I may add additional charges for areas outside of this, up to maximum of £10.
- Is my privacy safe with you?
Yes, you can be assured that I take your right to privacy seriously and all your details will remain confidential.
- How much notice do you need?
At least 2 hours’ notice is required, subject to location and availability.
- What if I need to cancel?
That’s ok, things do change. All I ask is that you give me as much notice as possible.
- What information should I provide?
To book a treatment I need to know your name, phone number and full address. Please tell me if you are on medication, menstruating or may be pregnant. Or in subsequent treatments if anything has changed since the last treatment.
- What do I wear?
For a full body massage you can keep your underwear on or be naked if you prefer. You will be covered with towels and only areas being worked on will be exposed. Reflexology only requires you to expose your feet.
- What will I be treated on?
I will bring a massage couch for massages and a reclining chair for reflexology.
- What should I do to prepare for my treatment?
Please refrain from eating anything heavy at least 1 hour beforehand. It’s advisable to refrain from drinking alcohol or taking any recreational drugs also. Please remove jewellery and switch off your mobile or turn it to silent. Please be ready for your treatment when I arrive, as it may result in a reduced treatment time.
- Can I touch?
No. The treatments I offer are strictly professional and aimed at relaxation and stress relief. Please remain passive during your treatment or I will end the treatment and leave.
- What if I get an erection?
It’s sometimes happens, it can be a natural reaction to being touched. If it does happen I will ignore it and carry on in a professional manner.
- Can I get a happy ending?
No. I do not offer any sexual services of any kind. Please respect me by not asking for anything else or making any indecent proposals. Soliciting for any sexual services is against the law and I may report you to the police if you do.
- What can I do to help myself after my treatment?
Drink plenty of water after your treatment as this helps in the removal of toxins from the body. Please rest and allow yourself time to recover to gain the maximum effect from the treatment.
The Mobile Service
Massage therapy may not be suitable for everyone. Contraindications to massage are circumstances where it is not suitable for a person to receive massage at that time. Please take the time to read these before you book your appointment.
Contraindications to massage are as follows:
If you have any of these conditions, you should not be treated with massage at this time:
- Contagious or infectious diseases, including any cold or flu no matter how mild it may seem!
- Under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Recent operations or injuries
- Skin diseases
- Severe Undiagnosed/unexplained pain
- Uncontrolled high blood pressure
Local Massage can be given but not over any areas affected by:
- Varicose veins
- Undiagnosed lumps or bumps
- Inflammation, including arthritis
If you suffer from any of the following conditions, massage treatment can only take place once it has been approved before your session in writing by your G.P or you sign an informed consent.
If in any doubt at all, refer to your GP.