Things That Therapists at Spas Want to Convey to Their Clients

Therapists deal and work with all kinds of people with unique concerns and conditions. But, these professionals actually have several things that they want to convey to their clients, and these include the following:

1. Some Things Are Actually Normal

Some things are actually normal

You might be surprised, but therapists always get questions from their clients whether this or that is normal. Is it normal to have cellulite here? How about hair down there? As regulated healthcare experts, they will try to answer your questions within their scope of practice. However, if you are concerned, it is best to visit your doctor. But otherwise, some things are just plain and outright normal.

2. Make Sure You Do Your Homework

Your therapist cannot stay with you all the time, and if you want to make sure that you get to enjoy the benefits of every session for a long time, the best thing you can do is to do your homework. This means that you have to do your stretches, drink more water, follow the suggested home care, watch your diet, and so on and so forth. The homework that your therapist gives you has been done together with your specific treatment plan to assist you in addressing your concerns and issues. Your health will be in your own hands for those seconds, minutes, days, weeks, as well as months that you are not at the spa. If you like your health to improve, doing your homework is your best bet.

3. It Is Okay If You Didn’t Shave

it is okay if you didn’t shave

Every time they do massages or spa treatments, therapists don’t really notice if you shaved or not until you mentioned it. This doesn’t have any effects on the treatments, and if ever it does, this is where clays, oils, and creams come into play. They also work with many male clients, and this is why they adjust accordingly, not giving it any thought at all.

4. Your Body Is Beautiful As It Is

your body is beautiful as it is

Therapists are often heartbroken to hear and see clients who are not confident in their skin, and they can tell it right away depending on the words you use. But, you have to remember that the media don’t always show the scars, stretch marks, moles, cellulite, dry skin, and other deformities that therapists usually see on every single person they work with.

They firmly believe that your body only needs to be in one condition, whether you are female or male, and that is none other than healthy. This can look a bit different for each and everyone. Therapists work as vessels for health. They are not there to judge you in any way, and they will be more than happy to let you know that you have a beautiful body provided that you follow the path to better health.

5. You Shouldn’t Be Ashamed Of Your Butt

 you shouldn’t be ashamed of your butt

In the world of therapists, your butt is a large muscle, and they call it glutes or gluteals. It is not an ass or booty, and they don’t see it as bony, jiggly, tiny, or fat. These professionals are observing your body in a clinical way, and when you feel any pain in your glutes, hips, legs, or low back, there’s no reason to be shy. Just let your therapists know, and they will be more than happy to help.

6. They Feel Warm Inside When Their Clients Remake The Table After The Session


After the treatment, when they return to the room to clean up, and they see that the bed has been tidied, remade, and straightened, it warms their hearts. This is a bit funny since these are all meant to be sanitised and sterilised. There is no need to do it, but they still find it sweet for a good reason.

7. Please Refrain From Undraping Yourself

refrain from undraping yourself

The moment the session starts, some clients try to help by undraping themselves such as pulling their towel lower. It is not something you should be doing, particularly when your therapist prefers to do it her way. They have been doing the job for quite some time already, and they have the unique means of draping. They undrape the spot where they are working on then cover you up again before moving to another area. But, it doesn’t mean that you cannot let your therapist know if you feel uncomfortable with the undraping or draping. They will be more than happy to talk about your needs then work with you to find the best solution.

8. They care

they care

Therapists at spa care about their clients because after all, their goal is to ensure that you feel relaxed and recover from any issues you are experiencing. Most importantly, they also care about your health and you as a whole.