FAQ

What are your prices?

  • 60 minute session - $100

  • 90 minute session - $140

  • 120 minute session - $180

  • Travel fee - $50


How far are you willing to travel for a travel massage?

  • No further than 15 miles from the studio location.


Where is your studio located?

  • 2520 Longview St. Suite 412 Austin, TX 78705


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?

  • Typical tipping practice for massage ranges anywhere from 10%-30%.

  • Tipping is neither required nor expected as the pricing system is built to be non-tip reliant.


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?

  • Deep Tissue

  • "Sports" Massage

  • Myofascial Scraping (Gua Sha)/ Myofascial Release

  • Orthopedic Protocols

  • Assisted Stretching

  • Breath Work


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?

  • Licensed Massage Therapists do not perform any spinal adjustments as it is outside their legal scope of practice.


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.