Intake Form

An intake form for massage is a document that is filled out by a client before the start of a massage session. The form typically includes basic information such as the client's name, address, and contact information, as well as questions about the client's health, medical history, and any specific conditions or areas of concern that the client would like the massage therapist to focus on. The intake form is used by the therapist to tailor the massage session to the specific needs and preferences of the client and to ensure that the massage is safe and effective.

Cupping Form

Cupping massage is a form of alternative therapy that involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. This technique is used to decompress soft tissues and increase blood flow to the muscles. During a cupping massage session, a therapist places special cups on the skin, usually made of silicone, and creates a suction effect by manually removing the air out of the cups. As a result, the skin and underlying muscle tissue are lifted and blood flow is improved, which can help ease muscle tension and pain. 

Liability Release Form

A liability release form in massage is a legal document that a client signs before receiving a massage therapy session. By signing this document, the client acknowledges the potential risks and limitations of massage therapy, and agrees to release the massage therapist and the massage practice from any legal liability in the event of any injury or harm that may result during or as a result of the massage therapy session. These forms also often include information about the client's health history and any pre-existing conditions that may affect the massage session.

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