Massage By Brie

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About Massage By Brie

Massage By Brie top specialties include: prenatal massage, including prenatal massage in the delivery room, myofascial release for pain management, deep tissues, and sports massage.

Online scheduling and instant online gift certificates and online payments are available from my website.

I am a California Certified Massage Therapist, Certified Prenatal and Labor Massage Therapist, Certified Massage Doula, as well as a licensed Esthetician.

I offer introductory rates for new clients at $60.00/hr, $90.00/90 min, $120.00/120 min, as well as specials, packages 3/6 and 12packs, and prenatal massage 6 and 12 package specials for the 2nd & 3rd trimester, when clients need pregnancy the most. Check out my website specials page.

I can be found on Facebook under Massage By Brie, where I offer occasional Facebook only specials. I can also be found at Twitter under: MassageByBrie.

Normal hours are all days from 12:00pm - 9:00pm.

Thank you! I look forward to being your Massage Therapist!

Brie Storz


902 21st Street
Sacramento, CA 95816

Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Make sure you check the credentials of a Therapist before you hire them, especially if you are looking for a Prenatal Massage. You want to find a therapist with specialized training in Prenatal Massage that knows about safety precautions and how to position you correctly.

The same is true for Sports Massage. Make sure you find a therapist who has specialized training in Sports Massage.

A Massage Practitioner can practice in some CA cities with 125 hours of training, a CA Certified Massage Therapist needs 500 hours of Training. Odds are good that you will get a better massage from someone with more training!

Check to see what their goals are, and if they do any continuing education to keep up on their skill levels.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. You get what you pay for. At the Massage Chains in my experience, the majority of employee's are Massage Practitioners as opposed to Certified Massage Therapists, or Therapists who have a National License. The pay is low, and clients are booked one after another. The massage is 50 minutes with 5 minutes to undress and 5 minutes to dress. The therapist is rushing from appt. to appt. with very little time to find out your health history and what you are looking for, and has to change out sheets in between clients.

As a self employed therapist, I don't schedule clients back to back. I can provide better service, and rest my hands in between clients. An hour massage is 60 minutes, and undressing/dressing time is not counted as your massage time. I take time to go over your health history before hand to find out your specific issues that need working on for that session, and I have time afterwards for any questions.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. Definitely ask to see a Therapists credentials and certifications of training, and match up the specific training to the massage modality that you are looking for.

Check out a Therapists Website, see if they are on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In etc. See if they offer Online Booking, Instant Online Gift Certificates, or Gift Certificates that you can purchase, and check out their payment terms. Some Therapists, still only accept cash, and do not yet have a web presence.

A website will typically give you the therapists credentials and information about their training. This is So Important to review to make sure you find a therapist who has training to deal with your specific needs!

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