Should you book a 60 or 90 minute massage?

So you’ve made the decision to get a massage from me but maybe you’re unsure about the length of time you should choose.  I’ll go ahead and say it, everyone can use a 90  minute massage.  I understand financial and time constraints but if you are on the fence, just go with the 90 minute.  A full body relaxation massage can be done in an hour.  A full body massage with one focus area can also achieve results in an hour.  However, if you’re wanting a full body massage and need some neck work and that left hamstring is locked up, an hour is not really enough time.  Bumping up to 90 minutes allows time for multiple areas to receive focus.

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