From a therapy point of view-- in my opinion --I prefer no clothing while keeping most of the client warm and covered beneath the sheets--only revealing the area that I am working with. I "feel" the knots and contracted tissue much better this way. And it feels more natural. But not necessary. If I receive a call from someone however, and they ask if they can be nude--I view that as a red-flag and demur. I won't even make an appointment with that person.
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Here's what your massage therapist is really thinking when you're naked on the table
For many planning to get a massage treatment, a key question is "What clothing should I remove? This means that the client is under a sheet or towel during the massage. The therapist works on only one uncovered part of the body at a time and this is the most uncovered you are going to be during the massage. When it's time to turn over, the therapist holds the sheet up fairly high so they can't see the client turn over and then the sheet comes down, covering the whole body again. The therapist puts you into various positions and there is a lot of contact, so it's best if you're comfortable with massage before you try this one. There are other techniques and modalities that an experienced massage therapist has at their disposal, so you can always ask the spa if they can customize a clothes-on treatment.
Kicking back and letting someone knead your worries away seems like the perfect way to relax—until you consider certain pre-massage questions, that is. What kind of underwear should you wear? Which massage is right for you? How much to tip?! All that uncertainty can make you anxious enough to skip it entirely, which is pretty much the definition of counter-productive. Here, two licensed massage therapists tell you how to prep for the experience the right way.
I stopped reading at 4. I have been a massage therapist for 22 years.. Did you really get paid to write this?