Professional massages cost about $60 for one hour and upwards. It depends on where you live, what type of massage you'd like, and what environment you choose; a spa, gym, doctor's office, your own home, etc.
You generally pay more at a spa due to the overhead, and a lower rate at a Dr. or Chiropractic office, where the rent is shared and massage is an adjunct to other health care. It can be as little as $30/hour and as much as $150/hour, and even higher.
The best value may be to go to an massage therapist who is in private practice. Therapists in private practice base their rates on the cost of living in their area. Another option is to see if there is a Massage Therapy school near you. They usually offer student massages in their student therapist clinics which are supervised by an instructor. These can sometimes be as good, and sometimes better, than a professional massage for about half the price.
Giving yourself a massage is not a professional massage so you can do it any way you like. In professional massage there is no such thing as testicular massage
The cost of a massage therapist depends of the type of massage that you are getting. The cost also varies with every business location. However, the average cost per hour for a massage therapist in Tucson, AZ is around $85.
The rate of a massage depends on the type of massage you get and when you are getting the massage. In a regular shop, you can expect to pay $45 to $50 for a 30 minute massage.
Oriental Massage is not a modality like Thai massage or Shiatsu. Oriental massage parlors are often offering illegal add-on and services to massage. Professional massage therapists would never say they do oriental massage. It pretty much means you can get a happy ending there.
The cost of massage therapy varies according to geographic location, experience of the massage therapist, and length of the massage.
Massage therapy schools usually cost in the $6,000 - $14,000 range. The price varies depending on how extensive the schooling is and how prestigious the school is.
Yes, you can. But it is much better when another person does it, especially if they are a trained professional.
The correct term is massage therapist.
It makes it professional.
It really depends on where you live, but generally the average price is $60 for an hour. If you are interested in getting a better price, and willing to take a chance that it might not be quite as good, you could try going to a massage school student clinic. They will charge around $30-$35 for an hour massage. If you are lucky, you may even get a massage that's better than one from a professional. It's worth a try.
Yes, you will need a certified professional and it will cost about $4000
well .... it cost 40 to 50$
if your meaning professional as in David Beckam, it cost nothing they get paid but if your meaning like reps it can cost around $1000
There is no such thing. During a professional massage, you leave on your underwear and you are draped modestly with a sheet and blanket.
Massage therapy sessions at a client's home or office may cost more due to travel time for the massage therapist.
It can cost as much as you like, I do installs from £250 upwards depends on what you want
about 1,000$ to 1,500$
a billion dollars
High school diploma and training from a massage school
You do need a college degree if you want to be a professional massage therapist. There are certain credentials that all massage therapists must posess.
Generally between $5K and $9K for a fairly solid education.
A nail spa/ massage cost arround 3,000 dollars in some places. It really does depend on the location. Hoped this helped!!!!