Helpful Tips on your visit

What time should I arrive?

  • If its your first time having a massage, we advise you arrive 5 minutes before treatment to fill in a medical questionnaire.

Where can I go if I happen to arrive too early?

  • There is a sign on the door saying please do not ring the bell? However, you can ring the bell, if you have an appointment within 5-10 minutes of your arranged time. We will come and let you in the waiting area which provides magazines, water and tea so you can relax and unwind.

CMB-welcomeslide3What will you talk about during the consultation?

  • During the consultation, you and the Therapist will discuss any injuries, operations and any other medical conditions. It is important that you write everything done. We value your confidentiality.

What will happen during your Treatment

  • Some people like to talk during a massage. Some prefer to relax without conversation. We are happy with either decision.
  • This is your customised massage. If you have feedback on pressure, room temperature, lighting…please let us know straight away.

What should I do after the massage?

  • Please drink plenty of water.  This is because water flushes out the minerals that were released during your massage while rehydrating your muscles and reducing potential soreness.
  • You may feel tired or emotional after the massage, so please do not plan anything too energetic if you do not have massages regularly. An idea is to have a nap of no more than 10-20 minute. Set your alarm clock. This will revitalise you ready for your social event later.
  • Please take a slow 10 minute walk after a sports or deep tissue massage before you get back into a car and drive, or if you have to sit for a long period of time. This helps the body adapt to its new release of muscles and joint movement.

If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to ask before, during or after the massage.