Bodywork Junkie
Frequently Asked Questions

What forms of payment do you take? Do you take credit cards?
I accept cash and credit cards, Visa, master card, American Express and Discover. I also accept Legacy Salon Gift Cards. & Spa Finder Gift Cards. I now am able to accept Health Saving & FLEX Spending account cards.   

Must I be completely undressed?
You should undress to your level of comfort. Some clients prefer to be completely undressed, while the others prefer to keep their undergarments on. You will undress in the privacy of the  room and will be covered with a sheet or towel during your session.  

How much should I tip?
Tipping is left up to you. Many clients are unsure if and/or how much they should tip.  It is recommend you think of your massage therapist as you would a waiter in a restaurant. If you are happy with your services, your tip should reflect your appreciation.  Please note that spa packages will have a  minimum 18% gratuity added in upon completion of the service. You will have the opportunity to adjust that percentage if you like.

Do you work for Legacy Salon and Day Spa?
No, I am a private practitioner.  Legacy Salon is a salon suite style business.  I rent space within the salon just like someone renting in a office building.  I keep my own schedule, prices and hours.   I do work with the front office to try and schedule new clients interested in my services.

Do you take walk-in's or do out-call appointments?
No, Sorry I do not do out-calls.  Walk-ins can be hard to fit in when others have scheduled their appointments in advance. I recommend scheduling your appointment in advance so that there is enough time for you to enjoy your treatment. 

How often should I receive a massage?
For those who use massage as preventative care or to manage daily stress, every two weeks or at least once month is most common. There are people that do a massage once a week.  It really is up to you and what your massage goals are. 

 What does a license massage therapist’s or certification mean?
A license means that your massage therapist has met the requirements set forth by the accredited school and state and also passed their state examine. Annual continuing education is required to maintain the license.