By Hillary Arrieta
What is barefoot bar therapy?
Barefoot bar therapy is a special type of massage where the massage therapist uses their feet instead of their hands to give the client a deep, consistent amount of pressure. It's also called Ashiatsu. There are many types of barefoot massage from all over the world. Some examples are, Fijian massage from Fiji and Chavutti Thirumal from India.
Who should get barefoot bar therapy?
Ideal clients for barefoot bar therapy are generally healthy people, over 130 pounds, who love deep tissue massage.
Who should stay away from barefoot bar therapy?
This style is not for those who want a soft touch. Barefoot bar therapy is deep tissue massage by design. It can't be done lightly so anyone who is sensitive to pressure would need to steer clear of this style. Other contraindications for barefoot bar therapy are
Definitely don't book a barefoot bar therapy session if...
Last but not least...
Make sure you fill out your medical history and intake form to the fullest at your first massage session and inform us of any changes in your health every time you come in. We want to make the session perfectly tailored to you so all the information we ask for is very important. It seems like a hassle but it will insure that your massage is fabulous.
Did we leave anything out?
Comment below with any questions about barefoot bar therapy or schedule one to try it out for yourself.