Holly Williams, CMT Mindful, Clinically Effective Bodywork

Before Your Session

If you have any questions at all please don't hesitate to call, email or even text message me! I hope the following notes will answer any questions you have about how to prepare for your massage.
  • Be sure to drink plenty of water for a few days prior to your sheduled session. This is very important! Staying hydrated will ensure that you get the most benefit from your therapeutic massage. It will also help to prevent any discomfort during and after your session.
  • Pay attention to your body in the days leading up to your massage. Take note of any areas of your body that feel tense or sore and when you feel the most discomfort. For example, one person may notice that her back is sore, especially in the morning, but seems to feel better as the day progresses. Another person may notice that his shoulder hurts and has very limited movement after a day at work but feels better with rest. 
  • If you have a Shiatsu or Thai massage scheduled please wear loose clothing to allow for movement during stretches. Yoga pants or sweatpants and a loose T-shirt would be perfect (no shorts or skirts, please).
  • If you would like, you can print and fill out my Confidential Intake form to bring with you to your first visit. 

Confidential Client Intake Form

(Only necessary on your first visit)

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