Do I have to take off my clothes?
Massage is provided skin on skin. The client must remove
clothing to provide access to their skin. Under no circumstances
will the client be massaged over clothing or clothing be moved by
the therapist to gain access to more skin.
Will a therapist be in the room while I am getting dressed or undressed?
No. The therapist will wait in another room while you get undressed.
After the massage is completed, the therapist will wait for you to get
dressed. You will always have complete privacy while changing clothes.
How do you provide draping?
Each massage style has different draping options. See our massage
services page for draping options for the
specific massage style you are interested in receiving. The default draping
will be used unless a different one of the listed options is specifically
requested by the client. The client will undress and lay underneath the
draping. The therapist will uncover the specific area of the client's body
and work in that area. When that area is finished being massaged, the
therapist will cover up that area and move on to the next area to be
massaged. Only the part of the body being massaged will be
Is the draping required?
No. According to
Texas State law, draping must be provided to the comfort level of
the client. This means if the client requests more than 1 sheet,
it will be provided. Also, if the client requests no draping or a
different type of draping, such as towel draping, their request
will be honored.
Note: The client may be required to provide
additional draping or different draping types.
Can I get only 1 specific area of my body massaged?
Yes. At Houston Center For Massage, our goal is to make sure your
massage is fully customized to meet your needs. If you would like one
specific area of your body massaged, we will be happy to accommodate
you. This request can be made during a 1/2 hour or a full hour or
longer appointment. Please see our page
for more information regarding a Personal Customized
Do you provide outcall massages?
Yes. You have the choice of coming in to the office to receive a massage
(known as an incall) or having a licensed massage therapist come to your
home, hotel, or place of business (known as an outcall). Many therapists
will charge higher prices for an outcall. The rate for the massage is the
same as if you were to come into the office, however there is a minimum
dollar amount that you must meet in order to receive an outcall massage.
That amount is $90. This can be achieved by getting a 1 1/2 hour Swedish
massage or a 2 hour Energetic Therapy. I also charge a small $25 trip charge
to help cover gas, driving time back and forth, setup time, etc.
Do I have to provide my personal information including my medical history?
Yes. Massage is a safe modality of healing. However, to ensure your
safety, it is vital that you provide ALL requested medical information
so that we can ensure your safety. Your personal information is kept
with the same kind of privacy standards as are required by doctor's
Where is the Houston Center For Massage located?
We are located at the corner of 1960 and
Champion Forest in Northwest Houston.
The full address is 13810 Champion
Forest, Suite 203, Houston, TX 77069.