Wow–I can’t believe I haven’t written about Bodycentre Fullerton yet. I’ve been to a lot of places for massage, but Bodycentre is the one that keeps me coming back.
I. Love. This. Place.
Although all the massage therapists have their own style, the basic principles are always present: Whoever I see always greets me warmly and always asks if I have particular issues or considerations before anything else. During the massage I am always asked about the pressure being used if I haven’t said anything already, but that’s one of the things I like so much about this place–in about 4 years of going here I’ve asked for a change in pressure maybe twice–maybe it’s just me, but it seems like the therapists here are the most responsive of any place I’ve been.
SIDE NOTE: I learned long ago you should ALWAYS speak up and tell the therapist if you have ANY issue with the session. I don’t know anyone who has ever gotten just one massage ever, but I know plenty who have only gotten one massage from a particular place. Trust me, the therapist WANTS to do a good job so the client is satisfied and happy, and welcomes feedback that will improve the session.
Man, I really should have done this sooner so I could talk about particular therapists, but it’s been too long to remember specifics.
Hmm…Maybe I should book an appointment…
Don’t bring your cell phone into the massage room. It is best to leave it in the car. A ringing cell phone will take you out of your relaxed state…and bring you back to reality.
Massage Etiquette –“Does”
Do…Communicate with your therapists. Before, During and After your massage.
Before your massage, tell your therapist why you want a massage and if you need special attention to certain areas.
During the massage, tell your therapist if the pressure is too light, too strong or just right.
After the massage, let your therapist know if they did a good job. Your therapist wants to hear your feedback.