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What Session Should I Book?

Updated: Aug 11, 2023

Different styles of massage, length, add-ons... OH MY!



When it comes to getting a massage at Barefoot Bodyworks, there are many options to choose from. Whether you want a Barefoot Massage, Mobility Massage, or Fijian Massage, or to enhance your massage with Cupping, or CBD, it's important to consider your specific goals for the session.


Do you want to relax and unwind, or do you need a more therapeutic massage for pain relief? Our skilled therapists provide deep pressure with our Barefoot massage techniques, using their feet to work out knots, tension, and specific issues or injuries. If you're looking to improve your range of motion, joint movement, and flexibility, Mobility Massage might be the right choice for you. For those interested in a deep massage that doesn't require you to remove clothing, a Fijian Massage may be right for you.

At BareFoot BodyWorks SLO we specialize in Barefoot Massage...

We can adjust the pressure & depth from a Deep Swedish style to a Myofascial Deep-Tissue, to a Mobility style, all while using our strongest tools, our feet.


Begin by identifying your treatment goals. Are you seeking relaxation, stress reduction, pain relief, injury recovery, or a combination of these? Having a clear understanding of your objectives will guide you in selecting the appropriate length and frequency of your massage sessions.

If you have specific issues or injuries that require attention, a series of massage sessions may be beneficial. Discuss your concerns with a qualified massage therapist who can create a personalized treatment plan. They will recommend the optimal length and frequency of sessions to address your specific condition and promote healing.

Take into account your physical condition and any limitations you may have. If you have a sensitive or painful area, start with shorter sessions to avoid overstimulation. Gradually increase the length and intensity of your sessions as your body heals, adapts, and responds positively.


Evaluate your lifestyle and availability when determining the frequency of your massage sessions. While more frequent massages may be ideal, it may not be feasible due to time constraints or financial considerations. Find a schedule that works for you, whether it's weekly, biweekly, or monthly sessions, ensuring you can maintain consistency and prioritize self-care.


Determining the optimal length of your massage session is crucial, and it starts with assessing your needs and goals. By understanding your objectives, you can effectively communicate with our therapists and ensure the duration of your treatment is optimized. If you have specific issues or injuries that require attention, a series of massage sessions may be recommended.


When choosing the type of massage you want, it's also important to consider how long you want your session to be. Although we offer sessions in length from 30 to 150 minutes, a typical massage at BareFoot BodyWorks SLO lasts between 60 and 120 minutes, but depending on your needs and preferences, you may want to start with a shorter session to see how your body responds to our unique techniques. Shorter massages, like 30-minute sessions, are usually less expensive, but they may not provide as much relief as longer massages. If your needs include an overall body massage then a 60-90 minute session will be great. However, if you're looking for your therapist to address specific issues, areas, or injuries a 60-90 may fit your needs. 60 your therapist focuses on those needs for the entire session. If you hope for both a whole-body session & specific work then you should consider a longer session 90-150 or additional services such as cupping to increase the therapeutic value of your session. Ultimately, the best length of massage for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences.


If you're new to massage, you might want to start with a shorter session to see how you react to it. If you're looking for a more extensive intense massage, a longer session might be a better fit. Our qualified therapists can create a personalized treatment plan based on your concerns and recommend the best length and frequency of sessions to address your condition and promote healing.


It's important to pay attention to how your body responds to each session. If shorter sessions provide significant relief, you may benefit from more frequent sessions to maintain those benefits. Alternatively, if you require deeper work or have chronic issues, longer sessions at less frequent intervals might be necessary. Our therapists are attentive to your body's signals and can make adjustments accordingly. When deciding on the frequency of your massage sessions, evaluate your lifestyle and availability. While more frequent massages may be ideal, we understand that time constraints and financial considerations come into play. Find a schedule that works for you, whether it's weekly, biweekly, or monthly sessions, ensuring you can maintain consistency and prioritize self-care.


Mind your budget and communicate any financial constraints with our therapists. We believe that investing in your health and well-being is worthwhile, and we can suggest a schedule that provides maximum benefit within your means. In addition to our massage services, we offer various extras to enhance your massage sessions, such as cupping therapy, and CBD oil/creams. When it comes to getting a massage at Barefoot Bodyworks, whether you want a barefoot massage, mobility massage, Fijian massage, cupping massage, or CBD oil massage, it's important to consider your specific goals for the session.

At Barefoot Bodyworks, we are committed to providing professional guidance. Our qualified therapists will assess your specific needs and recommend the optimal length and frequency of sessions based on your goals, physical condition, and treatment progress. With our expertise, you can be assured of a tailored approach to maximize the benefits of each session.

We're excited to work with you at your next Barefoot Massage.



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