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Policies & Practices


Client Conduct

Therapeutic massage is non-sexual contact. Although relaxation and the intimate touch associated with massage can prompt a physical response, this is not the intended outcome. No sexualized language or behavior is appropriate either by the client or the therapist. Any breach of this will cause the session to be terminated. The client will not be reimbursed.


Payment

Cash and personal checks are accepted.

Payment is due when services are rendered.

There is a $30 charge for any returned check.

Insurance clients are responsible for any charges not covered by their insurance company.


Intoxication

A client who is under the influence of an intoxicant will be refused service. The client will not be reimbursed.


Confidentiality

All health and personal information is confidential and will not be shared with any third party unless

  • legally subpoenaed
  • released by written consent of the client
  • evidence of child abuse is revealed


Read Sound Body Myotherapy and Massage's full PRIVACY POLICY.


Cancellation/Lateness Policy

Without 24 hour notice of cancellation/rescheduling or if the client skips a session without notification, the client may be charged the full fee. If I need to cancel, the client will be contacted 24 hours in advance.


If the client shows up late within the first 15 minutes of the session, a shortened session will be given; if the client shows up more than 15 minutes late, the session may be canceled and the client may be charged for the session.


Scope of Practice

I am legally bound to work only within my scope of practice. Please be reminded that Massage Therapists are not able to diagnose conditions or diseases. In the event that a client needs treatment that is out of my scope of practice, I will happily refer that client to the proper type of practitioner.