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Frequently Asked Questions

How Can I Purchase a Gift Card?

On the Top right-hand corner of the website, there is a section labeled MORE. Click more and then scroll down until you see Gift Cards. Once on that page, click the smiley face in the middle of the screen. That will take you to our square page where you will fill out all your information to get the gift card as well as the opportunity to customize what it looks like and the amount you want. You can send the card to yourself or to another individual through email. 

How do I schedule an appointment?

You can call 478.461.2726 or you can book here on the website. There are a couple of options of places you can look to book an appointment. You can click Book Now in the top left-hand corner of the website, scroll down just a little on the Home page and there is a Book Now button you can click, or there are Book Now buttons on each service page that you can click. 

Do I need a Doctor's referral?

No, we accept walk-ins for hands-off therapy services and are appointment-based for hands-on services (Massage).

Do you accept Insurance?

We do not accept insurance as we are a cash-based Business. We do take HSA/FSA.

Should I still come even if I’m not currently in pain?

This is 100% a personal decision. You can come in and we can work further on the same issue to try and make the pain relief last even longer, we can work on a totally different issue, or you can call 24 hours in advance if you plan on canceling your appointment. 

How often should I get massages?

Every person is going to have a different answer based on the results that you are trying to accomplish. If you are in chronic pain you might come more often than someone who needs a tune up on their neck, back, etc… Let your body tell you when you need to schedule an appointment.

What makes this different from a Spa/Swedish massage?

Yes, our massages will relax you but that is not all they will do. Our massages also incorporate Advanced Bodywork, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Cupping, PEMF Therapy, and Manual Stretching.

What would you recommend?

-Sore muscles: WBC or Compressions or Massage

-Injury: Massage first and then we can try other options once we understand what is going on.

-Blood Flow issues: Compressions

-Relaxation: Dry Float 

-Detox: Sauna

-Pain in one area: Local Cryotherapy or Massage

Can I go back to normal activity after the Cryochamber?

You can go back to normal activity following the Cryochamber which is different from an ice bath where you have to wait anywhere from 12 to 24 hours to resume normal activity. 

What should I wear for Hands-Off services?

Cryotherapy: 

You should wear what you are comfortable in but we typically have women wear a sports bra with no metal and shorts, and men wear shorts with no shirt. We provide towel wraps so that you can feel comfortable with whatever level of modesty you prefer. We will also provide you with gloves, socks, and slippers. 

Sauna:

Like the Cryochamber, you can wear what makes you comfortable. We have people who wear the towel wrap with just a bra and shorts for women or shorts for men, we also have people who wear those without a towel wrap. We have had people in full sweatsuit attire as well. 

Dry Float:

You can wear whatever clothes you come in. If you have something that can poke a hole in the float please take it off. 

AlterG: 

Wear exercise clothes and close-toe shoes that you can walk or run in. We have shorts that you will put on top of your exercise clothes once you get here. 

Compressions: 

Wear clothes that are comfortable for you and shoes that can come off and on easily as you have to take them off in order to use the compressions. 

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