How to Enjoy Your Session

Before we begin our time together, it is extremely important to take care of a few details. I prefer your initial contact with me to be through the form on my website or by emailing me your information for verification. If you do this, completely and truthfully, and I don’t have to ask, you will receive a discount on certain services. Please make sure to select the service you are interested in on my form. I will also confirm this when scheduling so we’re both on the same page. It is also important to be polite and use real words (no abbreviations or slang). If I can’t understand what you’re saying or asking, I don’t think we’ll be a good match.

When you book a session with me, starting from initial contact, expect to be warmly welcomed and taken care of. When I ask if there is something specific you are looking for, I genuinely want to know. I believe that being open and honest will help both of us better enjoy our time together. Never be afraid to ask for what you really want (in person, of course; explicit texting is never okay). There is never any judgment in a session with me and the worst that can happen is that I will politely decline. That said, a lot of common questions can be answer by reading my Etiquette & FAQs. If you don’t have any specific requests, I will give you a body rub and go from there.

The most important thing to remember is to just relax. Show up on time and be yourself. I’m never expecting you to act like who you think I want to see. I care that you’re nice and respectful. Everyone has their own interests and hobbies, so never be afraid to share who you are. Once again, no judgment.

I primarily focus my sessions around a relaxing body rub which means I’ll start us with a shower after introductions so the warm water can begin to loosen your muscles. I’ve had a lot of practice so I am able to work out your knots with a variety of techniques. I’m told that I have pointy elbows to get into all of your problem areas and strong hands. It is never my intention to hurt anyone, so if the pressure is too much on sore areas, please say something. The idea is that you leave our session feeling better and more relaxed than when you arrived and I will work with you to make sure that happens.

Stay safe and enjoy life!

~Nikki

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