Clients often ask me how often they should come for a treatment. It's a difficult question to answer because it is unique to each client. They are the only ones who can decide that. These three questions can help them decide.
What are you coming in for?
What is your budget?
How open is your schedule?
If you are coming for pain management, sleep problems, or coping with on-going stress then weekly is a good routine to get into. Many people are looking to maintain good health and so come weekly or fortnightly, but usually come less often.
Each of my clients have a different budget. Some can afford to come weekly while others can afford monthly treatments or less often. Most of my clients are looking to come back into balance, and worrying about paying for regular treatments may undo the benefits of the treatment! I do offer treatment bundles that can help clients save by paying for three treatments upfront.
What is your schedule like? Can you manage weekly sessions, or would monthly sessions be easier? Work and family commitments mean that th3 time available to come for treatments can be limited. So it's important to see what time you have available and make a decision about how frequently you can get a treatment
So as you can see, there are a lot of unique considerations to be taken into account for each person when they're booking treatments. It's a decision to be made by clients rather than me the therapist!
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Holistic therapies do not replace the need for medical attention. Holistic therapists do not diagnose medical problems or manipulate bones. Always tell me if you have a medical problem, even a minor one. There are certain situations in which caution should be taken when receiving massage and bodywork.