Wouldn’t you rather first want to ask about the massage?
About me, the therapist?
Tell me what you’re looking for, and see if I’m knowledgeable about the treatment?
Wouldn’t you want to know why I do what I do?
Don’t you want to know how the experience is going to be, before you decide what a ‘Good’ price is?
If you don’t care about the experience of the massage therapist, why not go to the massage school, and get a $30. massage? They need to practice, and would love to have you.
For all of the knowledge, and experience I have, I want to give a great massage, at a more than fair price.
I love giving massage. It’s the happiest part of most days. I feel honored to share the experience with you.
I have a fantasy that heaven will be me experiencing every massage I gave, as the receiver. I make it the way I’d want it.
There, now ask me, “how much?”.
The answer is $55.-$65. for an hour sliding scale, and $35. for 30 minutes.
Sliding scale means you pay what you feel good paying, feel you can afford, and how often you are coming.