Patient Resources //
FAQ | MASSAGE
What to Expect:
Although no two massages are alike, there are some things that are universal. Sessions generally take place in a quiet, comfortable room. It may be dimly lit and soothing music is often played.
The practitioner will begin by asking questions, such as the reason you are seeking massage therapy, any injuries or medical conditions you may have, and any other information that may help them better serve you.
The massage therapist will then excuse himself/herself so you can disrobe to your level of comfort. You will then get on the table under the provided cover and relax, either face up or face down.
You will be draped at all times – only the area being worked on will be exposed. A typical full body session includes your back, arms, legs, feet, hands, head, neck and shoulders. Oil or lotion is often used.
When the massage is complete, the practitioner will leave the room so you can
get dressed. Sit up slowly and, in the hours after your massage, drink plenty of water.
What methods of payment are accepted?
All Major Credit Cards, Cash, Check
Scheduling/Cancelling Your Appointment //
Online: Utilize the "Massage Book" booking feature, located on the “Schedule” tab
Phone: (949) 742-1696.
**Please note that to respect privacy, we do not view phone numbers for “missed calls”. Only calls that leave a voicemail with a phone number will be returned
Email: Emails will be responded to at our earliest opportunity
Mandy Kiley, LMT:
Walk-Ins: Walk-in appointments are accepted based on the availability of the healthcare practitioner.
We understand that certain life circumstances may cause you to have to cancel your appointment. In the event that you have to cancel your appointment, we ask that you give us at least 24hrs notice, though any notice is appreciated. Any missed appointments without notification will be subject to a $35 “No Show” fee. In the event that 3 consecutive appointments are cancelled or missed, the client will be required to pay in full at the time of booking to secure their appointment. Exceptions for extraneous circumstances will be made.