Q and A

Q and A

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I often become more tired after a massage session. Is there a problem with my body, or is this a sign that the massage does not agree with me?
  • Everyone's body is unique. Some people become rejuvenated right after a massage session, and for some, it takes a couple of days for the massage benefits to be felt.

    In general, our body needs about 48 hours after the massage to activate and work through problem areas. If you experience slight discomfort or pain, it is a sign that the massage is working.

    If unbearable pain persists over 48 hours, consult your massage therapist or a doctor.

  • How often should I get a massage?
  • It depends on your body condition. If you suffer from tightness, fatigue, or occasional insomnia, once a week is recommended, and then after the condition gets better, once in 10 days or once in 2 week is suggested for maintenance.

  • I am pregnant. Can I still get an ease massage?
  • You can get a massage after your first trimester.

    When one of our staff was pregnant, she had an "ease therapy" twice a month, which helped her get through pregnancy and delivery.

    Massages during pregnancy is recommended to help reduce swelling of legs and alleviate muscle pain from bearing extra weight.

    The session is done lying one's sides and back, using bolsters in order to protect the abdominal area. Massage during pregnancy should bring relaxation to both mind and body.

  • How long do you recommend a session to be?
  • A 100 minutes is recommended.

    A 50 minute session gets the blood and lymphatic circulations going.

    A 100 minute session allows more focus on deep muscle tension after improving the circulation, and also more detailed work not only on problematic areas.

  • What is reflexology?
  • Reflexology has been commonly used since ancient time in China and Egypt. By stimulating your feet, blood circulation is improved while toxin is released. The result is improving brain, internal functions, and the immune system. Unlike medications, there are no side effects.