twilight   therapeutics


What  to  Expect

During  Your  Session


When you first arrive you will be asked to complete a detailed health history form. McGinley will use your health history information to development a treatment approach specific to addressing your therapeutic needs. During your initial assessment she may discuss your treatment expectations and health goals. You are freely encouraged to ask questions during your assessment and at anytime during your session.


Once the consultation is completed you will enter the massage space in privacy. The massage table has a bottom sheet top sheet and light blanket. You may disrobe to whatever level is comfortable for you, then lie face up under the top sheet and blanket. If you choose to enjoy an aromatherapy hot steam sauna, you would do so before the session and go from the sauna to the massage table. The sauna is in the same private space as the massage table.


To ensure a safe and respectful environment for you, proper draping (covering) techniques are used at all times which means that your private parts are never uncovered or touched during your session.


A relaxation massage session usually starts with your feet, to your legs, stomach and sides of your back, hands, arms, neck and face, then you flip over onto your stomach where the massage would continue with your neck and shoulders, back, and hips.


Orthopedic massage sessions tend to be more focussed on areas, for example if you came in with a shoulder problem the treatment would most likely focus on the upper body only. This will vary depending on the issue you are coming for.


CranioSacral Therapy, Somato Emotional Release, Zen Shiatsu, and Quartz Crystal Singing Bowl treatments are described more completely on their treatment pages.


If you have any other questions feel free to contact McGinley at twilighttherapeutics@gmail.com.




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