Whether you’re an experienced massage-receiver or a first timer on the couch, there are always some questions that fly through your mind as you approach a treatment. TRE Boutique Massage firmly believe that a good massage can improve your overall wellbeing – both mentally and physically.
So we’ve put these FAQ’s together to ease any worries that you might have and help you relax your mind so we can get to work relaxing your body.
A: To book your little slice of heaven, head to our bookings page here or call our Customer Care team on +84948828811. If you are staying at a hotel, you can also speak to your concierge who will be happy to help.
Our aim is to always provide a treatment that exceeds your expectations. So if you would like to discuss anything further about an upcoming treatment or have any questions you’d like answering before you book, please call us on +84948828811 anytime between 10am-10pm, 7 days a week.
A: You can cancel or reschedule your treatment prior to your treatment with no penalty. Please phone us on +84 88 860 6811 to make any amendments to your booking.
A: Again, it’s all about you and your relaxation. Your massage therapist will be able to work with whatever choice you make regarding clothing. You’re encouraged to change to our comfortable clothes before you head to the massage room. If you’d prefer to leave undergarments on, that is fine. If you’d prefer to go nude, this is also fine. Remember, for most of your treatment, your massage therapist will keep the majority of your body covered by a sheet, with only the areas being worked on uncovered. Our therapists are experts in protecting your modesty – and theirs!
We would suggest that you have a think about the treatment you are receiving and how to get the most out of it. If you’re getting a full-body massage, something like a bra can interfere with any work focusing on your back and shoulders as some muscles run the entire expanse of the back. Having access to the entire area allows more thorough work.
A: Our massage therapists will take your lead on the flow of conversation, or lack thereof. This is your massage, your experience, and your call. You should, however, definitely speak up if you’d like a change in massage pressure, have any questions, or forgot to mention something during the consultation. But please don’t feel like you have to make conversation, after all, this is a massage, not a social function.