|Sunday||10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Tuesday||10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Wednesday||10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Thursday||10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Friday||10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Saturday||10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
About this pro
7 years in business
77 hires on Thumbtack
Doug Turet is a kind soul, a loving father, a very skilled and thorough Licensed Massage Therapist, and a creative and fun and wise being to know. He often goes to great lengths to assure the wellbeing of those in his care. Even when his hard work goes unthanked, he continues to give his best. He is a man with good listening skills and compassion who aids people with stress, pain and challenges on multiple levels. I have known Doug for about 4 years, and have gotten to know his excellent character and friendship throughout that time, which shines through whatever challenges he is presented with. I am a Licensed Massage Therapist myself with 37 years of professional experience, and I got an injury at about the time Trump was being elected, and did some very good PT for it. That helped a lot, but some intermittent ache, limited range of motion and stuckness remained after about 10 months. Thanks to one or two sessions in Doug’s hands, all but the very most tiny traces of that discomfort are gone. His excellent proactive follow up with clients is something I have learned to emulate. I wholeheartedly recommend his work to anyone.Mar 17, 2018
Doug was fabulous! Came to our location and gave our team each a massage it was relaxing and fabulous! Told him of an injury and after he was done I felt better then New! Thank you so much and you will be hearing from us again!!!Jan 9, 2018VerifiedDouglas T.'s reply
Thank you, Stacy! I had a blast working with you and your teammates, this afternoon, and the best news of all is hearing that you’re feeling better!! Have an amazing week & weekend, and I’ll look forward to hearing from you all, soon.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I base my fee structure on an incredibly simple principle: the more time or effort the work requires of me, the more I expect to be compensated for it. As such, my fees for traditional Swedish-style relaxation massage are less than those for Deep Tissue or injury-specific Medical massage techniques, and these, in turn, are a bit less than those for potentially life-changing modalities like the Access Bars and Energy Facelift) and/or Personal Coaching. For Outcall work (within the comforts of your own home or office), I just add 50% (with a $100 minimum). My fees, then are as follows: TRADITIONAL MASSAGE THERAPIES: 30 minutes = $50 60 minutes = $75 90 minutes = $110, and >90 minutes = $100/hour ---------------------------------- DEEP TISSUE & FOCUSED POINT (TRIGGER POINT) WORK: $32.50 per unit of 15 minutes. ------------------------------------ ACCESS: THE BARS, OTHER ENERGY PROCESSES and LIFE COACHING: 30 minutes = $75 60 minutes = $125 90 minutes = $185 >90 minutes = $150/hour ____________________ OUTCALL APPOINTMENTS WITHIN 25 MILES OF STOUGHTON, MA: Add $25.00 to above rates. (NOTE: a $100 minimum applies to all outcall appointments, to compensate for travel time and expenses). This formula applies to any of the above services, when performed within the comfort and convenience of your own ground level or elevator-serviced home or office location. In order to address your needs as comfortably and effectively as I can, I will provide the massage table or chair and stool, plus the necessary linens, towels, bolsters, digital stereo system, either lotion, cream or oil necessary to facilitate the required techniques for a successful session and, if the climate dictates, a regulated heat pad. For any service location that does not offer either easy ground floor or elevator access to the treatment room, special arrangements may need to be made. Please call in advance, to discuss these.)
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Well, I have them begin by filling out one of four different intake forms (I've created slightly different forms for chair massage, basic relaxation massage, physician-prescribed medical massage, and life coaching). Then, I take the time to ask them about what's been going on in their bodies, and/or their lives, to be fully present and focused in on their answers, and to let their comments, their bodies and my experience inform me as to how best to approach their long or short-term treatment.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes, constantly! In addition to being a voracious reader of books and trade journals, I attend both physical and virtual classes and am constantly renting or buying DVDs on new techniques, and sharing and comparing them with other therapists I meet.