Typically, a massage therapist will ask you to undress to your level of comfort. Many people prefer to keep their underwear on during a massage, while others prefer to be nude. It’s up to you.
What do you wear when getting a massage?
What should a massage therapist wear?
- Is comfortable but also looks professional.
- Is conservative & not provocative.
- If wearing scrubs, they should be monochromatic.
- Flexible and fitted with a neckline no more than two inches below the collarbone.
- Both tops & pants should never be too short or too tight.
What kind of massage include private parts?
Full body massage means head to toe including everything. Not only private parts but a full body massage includes your hair, head, eyes, ears, and chin. Although it’s a total body massage from top to bottom still you will be kicked out of the massage room before time.
Do you talk during a massage?
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.
Should I shave before a massage?
Should I shave my legs before my massage or body treatment? Shaving is recommended but please be sure to do so no less than four hours prior to your scheduled appointment. Certain products may irritate newly-shaven skin.
Is it OK to sleep during a massage?
The answer is, no. A therapist is still able to perform a high quality massage even if their client is asleep. It’s not rude, nor does it insult them in anyway. In fact, sleeping through a massage is a compliment to the therapist.
Should I shower before a 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.
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.