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Frequently Asked Questions



Do you take insurance?

I am not currently credentialed with any insurance providers and do not directly bill insurance for services.

However, many
clients find that their insurance will reimburse them for out-of-network massage services. You can check with your insurance provider to see if they will cover massage from out-of-network providers.


I'm happy to provide a receipt or super bill if you have a prescription for massage and would like to submit paperwork to your insurance provider.





COVID-19 is still an ongoing problem. What kinds of precautions are you taking to avoid transmission during massage?

Here are some specific ways in which I will seek to minimize COVID-19 transmission in my practice:

  • We will both be required to wear a surgical, KN95, or N95 mask for the duration of the visit. If you arrive without a mask, you will be provided a surgical mask that will be worn for the duration of your visit.

  • Before the session, your temperature will be taken with a no-contact forehead thermometer.

  • Please avoid lingering in the lobby. Please wait in your car or outdoors until your appointment time.

  • Avoid bringing in personal items you do not need.

  • Please wash or sanitize your hands before and after the treatment to increase your safety and avoid spreading the virus.

  • Door handles to the office and bathrooms will be cleaned between each session.

  • The air in the room will be filtered through a HEPA filter.

  • I will be taking 45 minutes between each appointment to give ample time for cleaning and airing out of the treatment room.

  • Before and after each massage I will be sanitizing all equipment and tools in a solution of hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol. As always, I will be using non-permeable barriers on all surfaces.

    Despite all these measures, please be aware that there is no such thing as a "risk-free" massage during a pandemic. I will do everything in my power to decrease the likelihood that either of us will become infected, but there is no way to guarantee your safety.




What happens if I get COVID-19? How does this affect massage therapy?


First, if you tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 12 days or live with someone who has, please contact me and cancel your appointment right away! You will not be charged.

COVID-19 is not just a regular cold. Studies have found that even in mild cases, some people who have had COVID-19 in the past 2 months may be at higher risk for blood clots, as well as other dangerous conditions that can be worsened by massage.

If you have had COVID-19 in the past 2 months, please review the following information.


It is important to share any symptoms you have that seem unusual for you, particularly any feelings of:

  • burning

  • heat or redness

  • tingling

  • extreme fatigue

  • chest or abdominal pain

  • shortness of breath

  • arrhythmia, racing heartbeat, other heart conditions

  • unusual thirst

  • persistent, severe, and/or unusual headaches

  • unusual bruising or swelling


If you have ANY question about whether massage is safe for you at this time, please first consult your doctor before scheduling an appointment. Even if your doctor clears you for massage, we will review your current symptoms together and see if modifications are needed to increase your safety.

For additional questions and concerns, please email me at

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