Is it okay to talk during a massage? Yes it is, as the client you can choose to converse with your therapist whenever you want. If you want to talk, feel chatty or just want to be heard it can be an important part of the letting go process.
Do massage therapists want to talk?
Myth: Clients Have to Keep the Conversation Going
Clients aren’t expected to talk to their massage therapist during their treatment. In fact, they don’t have to talk at all. Massage therapists encourage those who feel more relaxed while talking to go ahead and start a conversation with them, but it’s not a requirement.
Is it rude not to talk during a massage?
The only way that can happen is if there is at least a little bit of communication throughout the session; more so if you prefer clinical or therapeutic techniques. No matter how much or how little you prefer to talk during your massage, it is completely up to you.
What kind of massage include private parts?
The yoni massage is exclusively for women and focuses on a lady’s private parts.
Is it OK to fall asleep during a massage?
First things first, it’s ok to fall asleep during your massage! It’s your body’s way of getting into a deep relaxation, and a sign that you were due for some extra self-care time.
How do I tell my massage therapist not to talk?
Just say “It actually feels really good, to have a peaceful massage” this is enough to put your point. Keep yourself contented, look uninterested, unapproachable. Or No need to be polite or forma, just say it that you want to relax or sleep, can we have some silence over here.
Why do massage therapists talk?
Talking keeps the brain waves from moving into “theta”, which is the beginning state of when the parasympathetic response begins to do what it does. This is why we as therapists should always encourage as much silence during the massage as possible.
Is it rude to wear headphones while getting a massage?
Rule of thumb: if it’s not safe for work, it’s not safe for the massage clinic. Alternatively, you’re also welcome to bring in headphones. However, please keep the volume low enough that your massage therapist can ask you questions without having to shout at you.
Should I shower before or after massage?
Let’s get one thing out of the way: experienced massage therapists agree that taking a shower before your massage is always a good idea. You should rinse off chlorine, perspiration or other environmental pollutants before your treatment or therapy because you don’t want all of that to be rubbed into your skin.