This is often the one thing that most people worry about when they are getting a massage.

They believe that they are going to be naked in front of a stranger and that their body is going to be judged.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

I'm a trained professional and who has all spent over two decades caring for people, making them feel comfortable and relaxed.

I will leave you in the treatment room by yourself, to undress and re-dress. We provide linen to cover yourself with when you lie down on the table.

I will only see the parts of your body, that I need to treat, as they are treated. The remainder of you remains covered by linen.

I will tell you what items of clothing need to be removed on the day of your treatment. I will also walk you through getting on the table, and how to position yourself for comfort and privacy. 

For most people, I ask then to remove their outer clothing and shoes, and leave on their underwear (some women leave their bras on).

During winter a lot of people only take off the clothes for the area that's going to be worked on (e.g. only having a back massage, so they leave their trousers on).

I also ask that you remove any jewellery that is on the areas which will be worked on.

So having a back and neck massage, take off any chains or necklaces. Arm and hand massage, remove rings, watches and bracelets.

Also remember that long hair can get in the way, so it's best to tie it back.