Asked by Missy 5 years ago
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NWReflexology 5 years ago
A session takes approximately 50-60 mins dependant on the client and their condition. Shorter treatments can sometimes be more beneficial if a client has a chronic condition or maybe is elderly.
Rebecca Urban Oasis 5 years ago
Treatments last from 30 minutes to one hour
Rogerio 5 years ago
45 minutes to 90 minutes.
Moonwaves 5 years ago
I do anything from 5 minutes to 2 hours.
But 75 minutes is perfect for most of my clients when they don't have a major issue.
For a very specific treatment, usually prescribed by a chiropractor, 30 minutes is often enough.
EmeryMassageandBodywork 5 years ago
I give 60 minute and 90 minute massage, my foot massage is 40 minutes. If requested I do 2 hour massages. Children and elderly need less time 15 to 30 minutes depending on the individual.
Zenbagel 5 years ago
I have done 30, 60, 90 and 120 minute sessions. NWReflexology is right, shorter sessions for special needs clients are needed. A Prenatal session should be about 60 minutes. For my clients who have a LOT of knots and trigger points, 120 minutes is great! I usually work for a good hour on the issues, then relax the tissues!
YogaCenter 5 years ago
Massage therapy usually takes an hour as does reflexology and foot massage can be half an hour. You may not be familiar with craniosacral therapy, but it is fantastic and usually is a 40 minute treatment and combined with either a foot massage or reflexology can be a wonderful treatment. See http://www.path2wellness.com Evy Corpus Christi, TX
Andreas 5 years ago
Sometimes I laugh with my clients saying "it depends on your foot size!"
Personally I do not look at the clock and thus end up with session time anywhere between 45minutes to an hour. I go with the condition of the client and the commitment to balance the mind, body & soul. After all the therapy sessions are intended to relax and not get stressed by man made time limits!!
Sources: Experience as a Reflexologist
Dustie 5 years ago
Dear Missy, I see you have chosen three forms of treatment in your list, so it really depends which treatment you want to know about. In my experience Reflexology takes between 50-60 minutes, but this is not something we offer at The Tilsworth Clinic. Foot massage with us could either form part of a beautiful body massage (and you could request extra time on the feet). This would usually take between 60-90 minutes inclusively, depending on your preference and needs. As for massage, we offer deep tissue, relaxation, sports and general massage, all of which can be performed in 30, 60, 90 minute slots. We also offer a wonderfully decadent full body with head/scalp massage which lasts 120 minutes. I hope this answers your questions.
Amy-F 5 years ago
I offer massage therapy in the form of Swedish massage for 30-90 minutes depending on the needs of the client. For specific treatments 30-45 minutes on a regular basis is often enough.
SilverHand 5 years ago
Session times can vary from spa to spa or therapist quite a bit. Sometimes this can depend on what the local market is like or general overhead costs are. Advertisements will usually price a session anywhere from 50 to 90 minutes. When booking a session for yourself the key is to know the actual “Table Time,” which is time spent on the table rather than time spent waiting or chatting. First time visits may take longer with paperwork and intake interviews, but returning visits should be much smoother and maximize table time.
andys 5 years ago
A session can be 30 mins for a body part like all on the back, or up to a 90 mins for full body.