1) Should I leave a tip
If you receive a massage at a spa or hotel, a 15% to 20% tip is customary if you are satisfied with the services. When it comes to massage in a medical environment, on the other hand, there are no real ground rules or norms.
Tipping isn’t acceptable in a medical or clinical environment, according to some massage therapists and massage associations I spoke with. Others expressed their gratitude by saying that it is still appreciated.
If you’re unsure, don’t be afraid to inquire about tipping. If you don’t want to do it in person, you can call ahead and inquire.
You can still express your gratitude by referring friends, family, and coworkers to the massage therapist if tipping isn’t customary.
2) Do I have to remove my underwear
3) What happens if I notice I've drooled
4) Will the massage therapist be present when I take off my clothes
5) Is it appropriate for me to speak during the massage
Although some people like to talk during their massage, you are not obligated to speak with the massage therapist. After all, you’re in the middle of a treatment, not a dinner party!
You are welcome to close your eyes and relax, like most people do.
Deep tissue massage and sports massage are two examples of massage techniques that need more input. When working on deeper layers of muscle, the massage therapist will want to make sure the pressure isn’t too intense.
If the room is too hot or cold, be sure to speak up.
You’re in pain • You have some massage-related queries • You failed to say anything during the consultation.
6) What happens if I get an erection
7) How do I know if the clinic is legitimate
8) The strain isn't strong enough, but I don't want to offend the therapist. So, what do I do now
9) I don't want the therapist to see a certain part of my body because I'm self-conscious about it. What options do I have
10) I'd like to see a woman as a therapist. May I make a submission for this
Some men are hesitant to get a massage from a male massage therapist. It could be due to outdated social and media myths about the profession, or it could be a fear of having an erection while getting a massage.