How does In Home Massage work?

  • Once you booked your appointment. Please fill out your client profile.
  • For couples, the second appointment will be emailed a Welcome Email and please fill out the client profile as well.
  • Please add your Picture to your profile. We want to see who's home we are coming to.
  • Download our Free App Click Health. For easier booking and notifications.

Day of appointment

  • Your therapist will arrive at your home 5-10 minutes before your appointment time.
  • She will bring everything that she needs to work. Table, sheet, lotion and music.
  • A 5 x 10 foot space will be needed to work.
  • Suggested spaces: Bedroom, Living room, Bonus room, Basement.
  • Your therapist will go over your health history and start the treatment.
  • If you could provide a chair or stool that would be greatly appreciated.

Payment

  • We require all clients to have a credit card on file. Couples we can use the same card as we can link family accounts.
  • Direct Billing will be done 1st for your appointment.
  • Some insurance companies take up to a week to get back to us on what they will cover.
  • IF there is a balance we will charge the card on file.
  • If No insurance card is on file or we do not bill your company the card on file will be charged. You will receive a receipt to submit to your insurance.

Do you offer Direct Billing?

Yes. All of our therapist are registered.

We offer Direct Billing for most major insurance providers:

  • Alberta Blue Cross
  • Cowan
  • Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance
  • Great West Life
  • Industrial Alliance
  • Johnson
  • Manulife
  • Maximum Benefit
  • Standard Life
  • Sunlife
  • Green Shield

What are the benefits to Massage Therapy?

  • Reducing or eliminating muscle pain and tension.
  • Improving joint mobility.
  • Improving circulation.
  • Decrease Stress.

What else can Massage Therapy help with?

  • Anxiety
  • Headaches
  • Diabetes
  • TMJ
  • Muscle cramps
  • Sciatica
  • Depression
  • Upper back and neck pain
  • Stress relief
  • Chronic back pain
  • Insomnia

How often should I get a massage?

Depends on our treatment plan and what we are treating. Acute injuries can be once a week lasting 2 – 4 weeks. Regular massages can be once a month.

What type of space do I need when you come to my house?

Most people choose to have the massage in their bedroom, bonus room, basement, rec rooms. What I need is a 10 ft. long by 5 foot wide space to be able to function properly and for the portable massage bed.

How far do I need to undress?

A full body massage requires undressing as far as your underwear. Lotions will be applied directly to skin. You will be covered fully with a sheet and only the area being worked on at that time will be exposed.

How will I feel after a massage?

Typically you should instantly feel relaxed. Getting off the table you may feel slightly light headed. Soreness may often occur for a few days after the massage like you just had a big workout. Any soreness should subside within 2 days.

What should I do after my massage?

Drink plenty of water, treat yourself to a nice shower or bath, and apply hot packs to areas that have been worked on.