Frequently Asked Questions:
When should I arrive for my treatment?
We recommend that you arrive about ten minutes prior to your session. This will allow you time to settle and put your mind in a place where you will be able to relax. If you rush through the door a few minutes late and carry that negative and frantic energy with you, it will impact your body’s ability to heal.
What should I wear to my session?
Wear what is comfortable and relaxing. We recommend that you undress for your session, but to what level is up to you and your comfort. Just be aware that the therapist may not be able to effectively access clothed body areas. We recommend that you remove all jewelry during the massage as well. Rings, bracelets or earrings have been known to scrape or even cut therapists as they attempted to work on different body areas.
Why am I told to drink plenty of water after my massage?
Your body’s muscles and organs store or trap a lot of toxins and build up. The pressure on these places during a session can break up and release these elements back into your body system. Drinking plenty of water following a session will help to flush this systemic build up out. Leaving your body relaxed and purified.
How long is a 60 minute massage?
A 60 minute massage is a full 60 minutes. We allow for extra time in the treatment space for dressing or thought gathering following your session.
Global Influences at The Dharma Center:
Who is this?
Allow us the honor and privilege of introducing Neem Karoli Baba ( Maharajji) . Few facts are know about this amazing man’s life. What we do know is that he was a man that was a well sought Hindu Guru who practiced and shared the Bhakti Lifestyle. He traveled extensively through India up until his death in 1973.
During his short but impactful time here, he set up many schools across India and ministered to thousands the message of living life in service to others. This is the primary principle of Bhakti beliefs.
Why is his message important to us at The Dharma Center?
Through Maharajji we learned how to actively live our lives in service to others. We use our talents and training to help assist our clients on their journey to wellness of the mind, body and spirit. It is through love that we offer treatments and services that will be impactful in the lives of our clients while resonating that love through our whole community.
What does राम राम राम mean?
Let’s begin with the language this is written in, Sans Script. Simply, each character translate to “Ram”. Ram is a reference to an ancient Hindu colossus who plays a major role in the Hindu creation legend. He is the son figure that comes to humanity as the purist representation of chivalry, righteousness and love. It is told that Ram came to humanity to rid the world of evil and and act as its protector. He is believed to have some historical accuracy and may have been a tribal leader centuries ago.
Why is राम राम राम important at The Dharma Center?
Hindi is the father religion that brought us yoga and many other ancient healing modalities. When we great you with राम राम राम we are greeting you with the Hindi Yoga representation of love, peace and righteousness.
Who is the happy monkey on your pages?
That’s Lord Hanuman, he is believed in the Hindu practice to be the ape that aided Ram in is quest to rid the wold of evil. To Hindu followers he represents physical strength, devotion and perseverance. These three qualities along with love are necessary elements on any successful journey to achieve wellness. Use him as a reminder to help motivate you through days when wellness is not the easier path.
Beginning May 1st 2014 the following policies will be enacted to assure that there is equal responsibility shared between client and provider. Beginning May 1, when you book your appointment you will be asked to reserve on a credit card or gift card. Your credit card or gift card will not be charged when the following policies are followed.
24 hour advance notice is required when canceling an appointment. This allows the opportunity for someone else to schedule an appointment. If you are unable to give 24 hours advance notice you will be charged the full amount of your appointment.
No Show Policy:
Anyone who either forgets or consciously chooses to forgo their appointment for whatever reason will be considered a “no-show.” They will be charged for their “missed” appointment.
Late Arrival Policy:
If arrive late occurs, your session may be shortened in order to accommodate others. Depending upon how late you arrive, staff will then determine if there is enough time remaining to start a treatment. Regardless of the length of the treatment actually given, you will be responsible for the “full” session. Out of respect and consideration, please plan accordingly.