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Stone Sanitation Procedures...fact and fiction! 15 Replies

Started by Jenny Ray. Last reply by Jenny Morefield Dec 3, 2011.

Cold/Cool Stones 6 Replies

Started by Bruce Baltz. Last reply by Shanna Schultz Jan 18, 2011.

Stone Heaters 4 Replies

Started by Bruce Baltz. Last reply by Pia Poulsen ALST Jan 5, 2011.

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Comment by Bryn Truett-Chavez on September 13, 2015 at 8:28am

Hello everyone. I've been a practitioner for a very long time and use the Stone people in almost every session. Just a few on those tough neck/shoulder areas helps the session and gives my clients a delicious taste of how effective they can be. It also gives a great oppty for an up sell to a full La Stone session.

Comment by Rachel Tamagni on June 9, 2011 at 1:29pm
I also only do a hot and cold stone massage.  Alternation between both temperatures in as massage will support your efforts to bring down inflammation and to stop congestion, thus making it a treatment that is invaluable in chronic and acute cases.
Comment by Sue Heldenbrand on December 26, 2010 at 7:31pm
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Comment by Darcy Neibaur on November 14, 2010 at 12:32am
He likes it very well. He receives it every time he comes in now.
Comment by Pat Ward on November 14, 2010 at 12:07am
Darcy how does your client like the Deep Muscle therapy?
Comment by Darcy Neibaur on November 13, 2010 at 10:45pm
I have only one client at this time who now does the Deep Muscle Therapy all the time on his back. He is the only client I have done any Deep Muscle Therapy on. I have also only done 1 Aroma Therapy session as well. Some of the other therapists are doing much more of both choices. I am finding they do not want to pay the up charge. They think it is too much. Several of us were already using Biofreeze on our clients before Massage Envy introduced it Oct 1 and we were not charging any extra for it. I have also found that they either love Hot Stones or they hate it. The majority loves it though is my experience. I am doing about 4 or so Hot Stones Session in a week. Sometimes 2 in a day.
Comment by Pat Ward on November 13, 2010 at 9:34pm
I did two more hit stones massages today, first a woman and then a guy. The woman LOVED it, the guy was enjoying it but then got overheated, so I had to take the stones off of him for a while until he cooled down. Once he cooled off he said he really liked it, he did enjoy the heat only not so much at one time. Both left happy.
Darcy have you been doing the Deep Muscle Therapy at Massage Envy yet? I have not done one yet. I was wondering if your clients were finding it beneficial? I would start to recommend it if I thought it was useful.
Comment by Darcy Neibaur on November 13, 2010 at 7:01pm
Massage Envy only doies Hot Stones.
Comment by Pat Ward on November 13, 2010 at 1:25pm
Where I work they only allow Hot stone.
Comment by Jenny Ray on November 13, 2010 at 12:23pm
Cold stones must be offered to everyone to avoid overheating the system and especially those with menopause symptoms...stones can only empower and can only rejuvenate with spring and winter seasons...

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