Time Constraint

Mostly this leans towards the chair massage aspect since the time can be in smaller variables as opposed to
table treatments which can be anywhere from 30 - 90 minutes

The time constraint and the problem area(s) help dictate what approach the therapist will use.

For example if a person has a neck ache and wants 5 minutes then we will focus on that area for the duration.

But if a person allows for extra time than this gives us the chance to begin by working on the secondary muscles first and then circling in on the problem area at the end.

This is extremely beneficial to letting the problem area release. Sometimes just working on the secondary muscles has been remarked to have already made
a noticeable difference on the problem.