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Is the client saposed to give the massage therapist a tip at the end of the massage?


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If you are a professionally licensed massage therapist, it does not matter what the client gives you permission to do. What is important is your ethics and scope of practice. If you know that it is systemically (whole body) contraindicated, even if it is not contagious, you should not give them a massage.

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In order to give the most beneficial treatment, a massage therapist needs to establish an intention for the session. This can only be accomplished by an effective assessment before preparing a treatment plan.

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Deep tissue massage should on be carried out once the area has been sufficiently warmed. Techniques/strokes should me slow and rhythmic. Therapist should check pressure with client continuously. Pressure can be increased, with client feedback, slowly with synchronising breath.

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Yes, only if you are in the business of being a massage therapist. Otherwise, give Uncle Sam his dues.

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There is such thing as a breast massage but most therapists don't do it on the average client because of fears of misconstrued sexual advances. It's important to do a breast massage to work the muscles beneath the breast tissue and/or to help move fluids out of the breasts if there is a health problem. It's often done with a trusted therapist if there is a legitimate health concern that indicates the client would benefit from this type of massage. It will not, however, increase the size of your breasts.


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