How to not make things awkward during a massage

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Don’t let anxiety over spa etiquette come between you and the serious business of relaxing. Massage is all about creating the optimum conditions for tuning out, so always assert your preferences on background music, clothing, pressure and conversation. This is not the time for empty politeness; enduring discomfort defeats the object. Let the masseuse know right away what exactly it is you want.

To prepare for your massage, be sure to shower. You will usually be left to undress down to what you are comfortable not wearing, lie down and cover up with a towel. Afterwards, you may be left alone again to regain consciousness. Don’t feel obliged to leap up and grab your clothes – you will be prompted when your time is up. Keep sound effects to a minimum. Tip only if you feel the service rendered such consideration.

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Gia G. Dixon
Gia G. Dixon

I’m Gia G. Dixon, an etiquette consultant certified under Royal Charter of King Charles III. Here is my guide to elegant style, high quality living, and little things that make your daily life glamorous.

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