Scope of Practice
Voltaire Therapy of Pennsylvania is an independent practice consisting of a licensed professional. The practice is also insured and held to the highest standards of the American Massage Therapy Association.
Massage Therapy is a profession in which the practitioner applies manual techniques, and may apply adjunctive therapies, with the intention of positively affecting the health and well-being of the client.
Licensed Massage Therapists do not diagnose or prescribe for any medical conditions. Our services are not intended as an alternative for proper medical attention for specific conditions. Please refer to a medical doctor for any specific condition which requires medical treatment.
All services require a credit card or gift certificate to guarantee a reservation so please have your credit card and/or gift certificate ready when booking.
All Major Bank and Credit Cards
If you want to Venmo or Zelle for and appt. please contact to arrange.
For any cancellations, your account will be credited. Meaning, you will have to reschedule when most convenient for you. There will be no refunds. By providing your credit card information you are confirming that you are aware and agreeable to this policy. In order to remain fair, this policy will be enforced among any client.
Your personally identifiable information is used for our internal business purposes only. Voltaire Therapy does not sell, rent or lease your personal information to independent third parties except as described on the next paragraph. We use personally identifiable information to identify account holders, open and maintain accounts, process, service and enforce transactions, send related communications to customers and to provide customer services and support. Credit card numbers are used only for processing payments and are not used for other purposes. We may also use personally identifiable information to provide you with optional service updates, promotional notices and offers and other information about Voltaire Therapy.
As a vaccinated provider, mask are optional and to be worn at your discretion.
If you are sick, be responsible and stay home.
If for any reason you may become sick, such as being in close contact with another sick or covid diagnosed person, do not schedule an appointment.
For any reason that you appear to be sick and contagious during the appt. I will cancel with no refund.
What time should I arrive to my appointment?
Please plan to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your appointment time so you have time to discuss the intake form and get settled. To ensure your full time on the table, please fill out all forms prior to the appointment time.
Does Massage Eliminate Pain?
Massage therapy aids in relieving pain, however, it may or may not eliminate pain all together. Gentle, moderately pressured, non-specific massage therapy has been shown to comfort and alleviate those experiencing acute pain. If received consistently, massage modalities such as manual lymph drainage, acupressure, and myofascial techniques improves the quality of life for those suffering from chronic pain.
Can I talk during my massage?
It is your choice to talk to your therapist or remain quiet throughout your session. Your therapist will follow your lead and mirror your decision. There are times that your therapist may need to speak to you to have you reposition, request feedback on pressure, or explain a finding.
*I treat all client visits and conditions as confidential.
How should I dress?
Many guests choose to disrobe completely, whereas others prefer to leave their undergarments on. When working on the glutes, hamstrings, and lower back it is easier to assess and treat without underwear. These areas can be skipped over or worked on with body weight compressions. It’s completely a matter of personal preference. Either way, I am professionally trained to keep your body entirely covered throughout the massage—aside from the area being worked on—to ensure your privacy.