I provide a safe, comfortable, & clean environment
for you to unwind and relax.
Each client is
required to complete a brief "health history & consent form" at the
time of his/her first appointment. Please arrive a few minutes early to
time for this paperwork so that your table-time is not compromised. The
form is also available on my website to print and fill out ahead of time.
After speaking with the client and discussing his/her health history
& massage goals, I develop a customized massage to meet those
needs. Clients who require deep tissue work will likely require
multiple visits in order to properly work the knotty tissue and release
the scar tissue.
*I do try to maintain a very clean environment, but I do have a dog that frequent my work space.
If you have severe allergies to pet hair or dander, I may not be the therapist for you.
Cash, business checks, personal checks, & money orders are all accepted methods of payment.
** The client is responsible for any bank fees incurred for returned checks.
Checks should be made out to "Jill Kerner".
Book Early, Book Often
The best way to guarantee you
get the appointment time & day you want is to schedule in advance.
Massage therapy is a lot like exercise in that the more you do it, the
better your body responds, so schedule early, schedule often. I
recommend a massage no less than once every 6 weeks for optimum health benefits. How often someone gets a massage
depends on that person's needs, goals and how his or her body is feeling.
be sure you get your preferred appointment time, be sure to book in
advance. I cannot guarantee availability for same-day appointments, though
I will certainly accommodate you the best I can.
Deep tissue work is most effective if it is received
on a regular basis. This is because your muscles need to be re-trained
from their "stressed" state or current holding pattern to a "relaxed"
state. Muscles have memory and when you are tight for so long, due to
repetitive motion, over use, or injury; your muscles learn to stay in
that "stressed" state. Deep tissue work builds upon itself and is a
great tool to alleviate sore muscles & get optimal results when you
receive it regularly. Be sure to schedule your next massage before
leaving the office.
If you discontinue your treatment when you start feeling better,
you are inviting the return of the original problem.