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masseur or masseuse at home, make sure the person is licensed by the state.
Have reasonable expectations. Massages cannot address serious medical problems, but you should get excellent service. Don’t hesitate to point out problem areas; remember, you are in control and your comfort is key.
Don’t forget spa etiquette. Make an appointment with a specific treatment in mind and be prompt. Also make sure to tip well. The standard gratuity is 20% of the cost of the service.
For help finding a massage therapist, contact the Massage Therapy Association at 847-864-0123, the International Massage Association at 800-933-7113 or the International Institute of Reflexology at 813-343- 4811.