70 minutes $140 - $160
90 minutes $170 - $200
120 minutes $240 - $280
Gratuity is appreciated but not necessary
Preferred modes of payment;
$cash$, Apple Pay, Zelle
Paypal, Venmo, and Square are accepted with a 3.8% surcharge.
Massage therapy appointments are confirmed two days prior to session date and time via text.
Client is responsible for payment of one half of the total session rate if cancellation is made two days prior, and resposible for full session rate if cancelling in less than 24 hours.
No shows are are responsible for full payment of session rate.
If you are able to pay at the higher end of the scale, you're enabling me to offer rates and scholarships to those with lower incomes, or alternatively, those who have less money to spare after their personal expenses. Your generosity pays the healing forward because our income doesn't determine our worthiness of healing touch massage therapy.
EXCITING NEW COLLABORATION
I'm unable to offer Low Income Honor Scale or Healing Scholarship Appointments until further notice. However, in collaboration with Freedom Community Clinic
I'm grateful to be offering Low Income Honor Scale massage therapy appointments for members of the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities.
If you identify as BIPOC, click here to book a session with Rebeca!
How can I get the most out of my massage therapy appointment?
There’s no absolute best time to get a massage, and “best” is relative for each and every person. While we can’t always schedule a massage with a cushion of time afterwards to relax and move slowly for a period of time, it’s definitely suggested to allow yourself ample to get to your next activity in the day.
My personal practice is to make it a priority to make time for a nap, or quiet, still, relaxation time after a massage. I’m a practitioner that works on bodies full time so I want the benefits of my own massages to last!
Food, Drink and Massage Therapy
The reason it’s suggested to not eat prior to a massage or energy healing session has more to do with comfort. Laying face down on a full stomach or bladder is not comfortable, and does not promote body and muscle relaxation. It’s also a bummer to have to get up in the middle of a massage session to get dressed and go to the bathroom. Post massage is a great time to increase water, herbal tea, and hydrating elixir intake, as well as enjoying a light meal. Post massage heavy meals, caffeine and alcohol consumption can lead to lethargy, inflammation and other unpleasant sensations.
Showering prior to a massage appointment is a kind courtesy to the therapist. It’s also a practice that can be a ritual to slowing down and going in to your session with intent. When you’ve showered before a massage, you can skip showering afterwards and allow the restorative and healing oils to absorb into your skin for a few hours.