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Frequently Asked Questions

How should I prepare for my massage treatment?

Nothing special, but try to avoid alcohol for 24 hours before, and avoid eating a big meal on the day of your massage.

Will I need to Provide Medical History?

If you are a first-time visitor to Bodhi Tree Thai Massage, you will be asked to complete a short questionnaire covering medical history. This is for your safety, and to allow us to best tailor your treatment to your needs.

What is the dress code when receiving a massage?

Most of the treatments we provide require application of oil. This can be aromatic or odour-less (your choice). You should remove clothing to a level with which you are comfortable. You are encouraged to leave your underwear on.  In any case, you’ll be covered at all times with a towel from upper thigh to waist.

Do I have to undress in front of my therapist?

No. Your therapist will show you to your treatment room and then leave you in private to undress. She will knock before re-entering.

Do you have Parking facilities?

Parking is free in certain areas for 60 min, pay and display nearby on surrounding roads.

Do you offer sexual services?

Absolutely not. Our services are entirely therapeutic and non-sexual. We will not tolerate sexual requests or inappropriate harassment of our staff.


Massage Aftercare

Head Massage

Healing Reactions

After receiving your massage treatment 'Healing Reactions’ may take place these are completely normal and show that your massage is working and your body is responding to the treatment.

These may include:

  • Fatigue or tiredness

  • Increased sweating or body warmth due to increased blood circulation

  • Increase in urination due to the body releasing toxins

  • Feeling energized

  • Runny, stuffy or blocked nose

  • Less stressed, more relaxed and improved sleep​​​​​

After Your Massage

After your massage treatment you should:

  • Drink plenty of water - this helps to eliminate toxins and lactic acid build up developed during the massage treatment

  • Relax - take it easy for the rest of the day, if you can you should have a nap to reset your body

  • Hot Bath - A hot bath after your massage can relieve any aching and soreness that may develop after your treatment. Don't worry as this is short lived whilst the muscles begin to heal

  • Avoid - Avoiding alcohol, smoking, caffeine and fizzy drinks will aid your massage in healing your body. Consuming any of these can slow the healing process and can add toxins to your body

Hot Stone Massage
Relaxing Massage

Maintaining Results

Massages are recommended often, once per week or more. This is especially so for those with fast paced or stressful lives. 

To maintain the results

  • Take a warm bath - This will help to loosen up your muscles

  • Relax and de-stress - Try listening to relaxing music, burning essential oils etc.

  • Exercise - Find time to exercise, both strength training and stretching

  • Exfoliate and moisturize - This will keep your skin in excellent condition

  • Keep moving - Stand up, walk around and stretch often. Especially if you spend a long time at a desk or computer​​​​

Should you be worried, concerned or just looking for further answers, feel free to contact us.

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