Today's topic is "for, fore, four" - there are many meanings to the word "where to for", "fore and aft", or "four minutes, four feet, or four hands". Check out the "Services" page to learn more about "four hands".
As you will learn on the "About the Practitioner" page, and may have seen on Yelp, I am an enormous anatomy geek, which makes massage a great outlet for me. Part of being an anatomy geek means, being very body curious, i.e., why is that guys left hip higher than the right? Does that ladies back hurt? I bet it does, she is standing with her heels in and toes out - ouch. What do you mean the rotator cuff is actually four muscles and none of them are the deltoid? Ask me about SITS. What? Our scapula/shoulder blade actually comes to the front of our body?
In talking to a client the other day, it was mentioned that one of the things he found unique was that a 60 minute massage was 60 minutes on the table. That a "typical" massage was a 60 minute appointment with time for dressing, etc., so the actual massage was about 50 minutes.
In my mind it is important for me to let you know that for a myriad of reasons, a couple of them being - 1) when you book a 60 or 90 minute massage with me, allow an additional 10-15 minutes in your schedule for discussing what's going on in your body, dressing, etc.; and 2) when you are comparing rates (as we all do), consider the amount of "table time" being offered.
Call me, e-mail me, we can talk and work out the right time in your schedule for a massage.