Hi gang! The July newsletter is coming to you a bit early this month to keep you updated without receiving too many separate notices.
Office move date
You can count on appointments in the current location through August 26. I plan to relocate over that weekend and see clients in the Harrison location Tuesday, August 30.
I am currently taking on NO new clients. It has been so difficult to get my amazing regulars booked, that it is not fair to add new clients to the mix. I hope this helps alleviate some of the strain. When I see some consistent space back in the schedule, I'll open things up to the general public once again.
This is also opportunity for those of you unable to follow me to Harrison to use up outstanding packages and gift certificates.
There are just 5 open spots remaining in July, so if you know you want to come in, please schedule online, or email me to put you in. I encourage you to schedule though August. I have 2 (long overdue!) vacation blocks coming soon, so claim your time on the schedule NOW.
What you get for a $110 massage
For most people, money is the biggest obstacle to getting regular massage/reflexology. There, I said it. We don’t like to talk about money, it’s supposed to be a hushed issue. But I’m talking about it because that's how I roll. Regular massage is a considerable budget item, and it’s important to acknowledge that.
I know this because:
But if I expect you to work the numbers and budget $110 for a massage or reflexology every week, month, or quarter, it’s my job to tell you what you’re buying. So here it is, what you get from a 1 hour, $110 massage or reflexology session.
Reflexology is now a permanent service item
At it's simplest, reflexology is an incredible way to achieve sustained relaxation and an overall calm (much more so than through massage). At it's most complex, it is both deep and wide reaching and allows us to treat conditions we could never access through massage therapy.
Using reflexology, I will apply specific pressure using specific techniques to specific areas of the foot.
I am working on an FAQ about reflexology so I welcome your questions. And I am happy to help you determine if it's the right treatment for you.
Reflexology costs the same as a 60 minute massage, so if you are on a package, you can mix and match.
At this time, I am NOT offering combined sessions (massage and reflexology in one treatment). I don't feel that my reflexology skills are quite to the point where I would be EFFECTIVE in a compressed time frame. But when that changes, I'll let you know.