Does Insurance pay for any of these services?

At the present time, we are aware that the Health Saving Account MAY reimburse for massage therapy. This is always a question for the specific carrier and financial institution.

Some insurance carriers MAY reimburse for massage; however, the individual must check with the carrier. We issue receipts that the client can present for reimbursement purposes. We DO NOT submit claims to insurance companies.


How often do I need a session or therapy?

We will tell you that you need to listen to your body; it will direct you to the answer. Our clients have a variation of time between sessions. For example, a client comes in for massage once a week to assist with pain management. A Reiki client comes in bi-weekly and some monthly. So, no one can answer the question better than you. You and your massage therapist will talk about this in greater detail after your session.


Is there paperwork to complete?       

Yes, client intake sheets are completed and this takes approximately 10 minutes. You will speak with the massage therapist and he/she will help.


Are the necessary forms available to complete prior to the appointment?

Yes, you can print, complete and bring the forms to your first visit. If you have any questions, please feel free to call.


Can I just complete the forms when I come in for my first visit?

Of course, preparing the forms prior to your first visit is just an option that SOME will choose. We have hard copies prepared for your visit.


Does insurance pay for massage?

We do not accept insurance at this time. However, we issue you a receipt. If you have an HSA (Healthcare Savings Account), contact your HR Personnel to see if massage is covered under this savings account. We are currently working on provider paperwork for insurance submission. It, too, is a process that takes time. So, we will notify our clients when this becomes an option. Remember, though, not all carriers cover massage. This is why we keep our pricing as affordable as we can. The Center hasn’t raised its prices since 2011.


Will you explain the procedure?

Yes, the massage therapist will tell you the procedure prior to your massage.  The massage therapist will communicate during the massage to make certain that the pressure is adequate. It is imperative that you relay this information to your therapist.


How long is the session?

It can be one hour or one and half hour. The choice is yours.