Author Archives: Allissa Haines

New Rates Take Effect on November 5, 2017

Beginning November 5, 2017 the following rates will be in effect:

Adults

90 minute massage … $120     Package of 5 … $575
60 minute massage … $100     Package of 5 … $475
30 minute massage … $60       Package of 5 … $275

Kids & students age 0-23 and seniors age 65 & up
90 minute massage … $105
60 minute massage … $80
30 minute massage … $40

Packages at current pricing are available for purchase here through November 4, 2017. 

Please note that packages purchased on or before November 4, 2017 will be valid through December 31, 2018. Any remaining credits are voided after that time. Beginning November 5, 2017 packages are valid for 365 days from the date of purchase.

Things to remember:
I don’t take tips.
Here’s what you get from a $100/hour massage.

Please know that if the price increase is just too much for you, you can still get great massage! I wholeheartedly recommend the other practitioners in my office. Reneé and Andrew are fantastic massage therapists and each has a lower price point than mine (because neither is a massage dinosaur like me).

 

What you get from a $100 Massage

For most people, money is the biggest obstacle to getting regular massage. There, I said it. We don’t like to talk about money, it’s supposed to be a private issue. But I’m addressing it head on. Regular massage is a considerable budget item, and it’s important to acknowledge that. I know this because I walk…Continue Reading

The Connection Between Pain and Stress

Stress can hurt. It can cause real, physical pain. Studies show that depression and anxiety can lower your pain threshold, potentially making minor aches and pains into major problems. If you’ve ever noticed your back pain getting worse when your job gets more stressful, you’ve seen this first hand. On top of that, a common…Continue Reading

43 Reasons I’ve Hated a Massage (and why you should speak up)

I’ve gotten a lot of massage in the last 11 years. From students, new practitioners, well-seasoned therapists and instructors. I’ve gotten massage in spas, clinics, school, trade show floors and home offices. I’ve been worked on by practitioners who knew I am also an MT and by those who thought I was just a marketing…Continue Reading

Should I cancel my massage if I’m sick?

(If you’re a massage colleague reading this, check out more resources to help you build your business at MassageBusinessBlueprint.com.) Short answer: Yes. Long Answer: Yes, please. But there’s more. Massage is great. You know this. But it’s not always a great idea. As cold and flu season approaches again, it’s important that you know when it…Continue Reading

5 Ways to Celebrate National Women’s Health and Fitness Day

September 30th is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day. Hundreds of organizations countrywide will be hosting a variety of noncompetitive events covering everything from group walks to health seminars. In the spirit of the day, we’ve put together a list of 5 ways YOU can celebrate women’s health and fitness on your own. Go inward…Continue Reading

What are you aware of?

It seems like every week and every month we’re exposed to (bombarded with?) new Awareness Campaigns. The internet has connected and educated us with ever-increasing speed and depth. Because of awareness campaigns we know more about brain injury, the need for clean water domestically and throughout the world, the importance of net neutrality, and how…Continue Reading