Under some circumstances, yes. For example:
- To work on a bed-ridden client
- If the client owns his or her own massage table (which is actually a wise and money-saving investment if you plan to have a therapist to your house regularly)
- To do massage on 3 or 4 clients (in the same house with my table)
If these or other special situations apply, let me know. My rates for home sessions are based on commuting time, car service fare, and whether or not I will need to provide a table or not.
1. Can massage help me with my problem?
2. How many sessions will it take to “fix” my particular problem?
3. Do I have to get naked?
4. I’ve heard that some release techniques can be intense. Is that true?
5. Is it expensive?
6. Does my insurance cover it?
7. Will this treatment make me taller?
8. It sounds like you do a lot of intense work. What if I just want to relax?
9. Do you make house calls?