Frequently Asked Questions About Our Massage Services

What is Therapeutic Massage?

Therapeutic Massage is the systematic healing art of soft tissue manipulation (skin and muscles) which results in an impressive range of benefits to your health and overall wellbeing. Massage Therapy is the application of a system of structured touch, pressure, movement and holding soft issue of the human body in which the primary intent is to restore the health and wellbeing of the client. The term includes complementary methods, passive and active joint movements within the normal range of motion, nonspecific stretching, application of water, heat, cold lubricants, salt scrubs or other topical preparations; electro-mechanical devices that mimic or enhance the action possible by the hands.

What do I do during the massage?

Breathe… simply lie there, breathe deeply and relax. There is no need to help your therapist by moving your arms and legs. She will do that for you. If you want to ask your therapist a question during your massage, PLEASE DO! Great communication is key to a great massage.

What if I have health problems?

If you have a health concern, simply tell your therapist when you call for your massage appointment. Prior to your massage, you and your therapist should discuss what course of action is best for YOU! Each massage at Stress Busters Therapeutic Massage is specifically tailored to the needs and conditions of the individual receiving the massage. If you have any questions at ANY point, please feel free to ask them. Communication between you and your massage therapist will benefit you during your appointment. Your comfort during the massage is essential.

Where will my appointment take place?

Our office is located at 1747 Osage, Suite A in Derby and we office out of Integrity Massage in West Wichita on Thursdays. However, Stress Busters can also come to you at your home, office, convention site, sports event or special event occasion. We have flexible hours to meet your busy schedule!

Do you have any other questions or concerns about your massage?