What are your prices?
How far are you willing to travel for a travel massage?
Where is your studio located?
What is your availability?
Walk-ins are not accepted.
Sessions are by appointment only.
Full calendar of available appointments can be seen when you click "Book Session" on this website.
What is an appropriate tip?
Do you recommend massage therapy on a regular basis?
Yes, if your budget allows.
Massages as frequently as twice a month can help to address problems before they arise.
What massage techniques to you employ?
What is your cancellation policy?
50% of the rate of the session will be charged if cancelling the session within a 24-hour window prior to the session or not showing up in person for the session.
It is your responsibility to inform Connor Dent, LMT if you cannot make the appointment prior to the scheduled session.
Do you take insurance?
This business does not work directly with insurance companies.
Treatments may be covered by extended health care plans. It is the client's responsibility to confirm the exact details of their coverage.
An invoice can be provided upon request by this business, and the client shall file for coverage and reimbursement themselves.
This business cannot guarantee that you will be reimbursed or covered by your insurance plan.
Can you do chiropractic adjustments?
Can you diagnose my condition?
Massage therapy is not a substitute for medical examination or diagnosis.
It is recommended that you see a physician for any physical ailment that you may have.
Licensed massage therapists do not prescribe medical treatments or pharmaceuticals, as it is outside of their legal scope of practice.
If you have any serious medical diagnosis, you must provide a physician’s written consent prior to services.
What are the boundaries in massage?
It is the utmost concern that all clients feel safe and secure.
The breasts of all female clients shall be draped and not engaged in breast massage.
Draping of the genital area and gluteal cleavage will be used at all times during the session for all clients.
If uncomfortable for any reason, the client may ask to cease the massage and the practitioner will end the massage session.
Sexual interaction or discussion of any kind between the client and the massage practitioner is never appropriate.
If the practitioner feels that this line has been crossed, they will terminate the session immediately. The client will be charged the full amount.