Coaching, strength & conditioning fees.
60 minute sessions: $90 / package of 5: $400 / package of 11: $800
This 1-on-1 in-person time with me is where real change is made while working progressively on whatever we've determined most beneficial: strength, stability, mobility, technique, movement quality, programming, theory, goal-setting, etc. I'm an educator & I'm picky; we'll start with basics & build as appropriate.
comprehensive 1-on-1 coaching: $180 per 4 week cycle
This is all in 1-on-1 coaching where we'll map out a season, set some goals, make some plans & take action. I feel it’s extremely important to work in person to watch movement quality & to be able to intimately discuss training, so I require a 60 minute in person visit every other week. Between sessions you’ll also have access to me for questions & feedback. I'll have you reporting to me regularly so I can so we can adapt mobility, stability, strength, conditioning & recovery depending on how you’re benefiting from & responding to training. We’ll get to know each other well!
Massage therapy fees.
75 minute single session: $120
prepaid package of 5: $550
prepaid package of 11: $1100
I do not bill insurance. Many clients pay for massage therapy via their flexible spending or health savings accounts, so it may be worth looking into those options.
Reimbursement (usually partial) from your insurance company for moneys paid for massage therapy services may be available to you. If you're interested in doing a small amount of legwork, I suggest you call your insurance provider to ask them the following questions:
will they reimburse for massage therapy from an out of network provider?
can this provider be a licensed massage therapist (Washington law requires insurance companies to offer complimentary & alternative medicine therapies but, believe it or not, sometimes massage therapy is a covered benefit but not by a massage therapist).
what duration of time will they reimburse for (usually this is 4 x 15 minute units)?
what will you need to submit to receive reimbursement?
Usually you will need a billing statement from me that includes my tax ID as well as both the procedure code & a diagnosis code. Please note that if you are required to submit a diagnosis code, this must come from your primary care provider to me in writing in the form of a prescription clearly stating • that the prescription is for massage therapy, • includes diagnosis with diagnosis (ICD-10) code(s), • includes treatment frequency & duration (ex. 6 visits in 6 weeks), • is signed & dated by the referring provider. I am unable to generate a diagnosis code under my scope of practice.
This may sound like a lot of work, but if you get through it once, then the pieces are in place.
If you feel you are could benefit from my services but have inability to pay due to an annual income that is at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, I may be able to provide a limited number of sessions at a reduced rate. Please inquire.
Working with high level athletes is one of my greatest joys. It is always an honor to work with athletes committed to becoming their best while exploring their edges in training & recovery. Yet being an elite athlete in our country does not necessarily mean big dollar sponsorships. In fact, many are barely scraping by for basic necessities while prioritizing high quality food with their money & long hours of training with their time. If you are an athlete on the world stage, or on your way, but without the means to afford the bodywork essential to get you there, get in touch with your resume including your athlete philosophy & career objectives & we may be able to work out a sponsorship agreement.
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Payment is accepted at time of service in the form of cash, check, credit card or contactless payment.
I enforce a strict 24 hour cancelation policy. If you are unable to make your scheduled appointment, please give a minimum of 24 hours notice avoid full charges for your session time. If running late, please phone or text so I know you're on your way.
Packages are nontransferable & no refunds given on pre-paid sessions, packages or gift certificates.
Massage therapy is licensed through the Department of Health in Washington & you are not charged sales tax on your fee. I therefore feel it a double standard to expect or to accept gratuities for massage therapy, which is part of your health care, not a luxury. No gratuities, please!