Discontinuing Private Insurance

Discontinuing Insurance

As of January 1st, 2018, Seattle Massage Pro will no longer be billing private insurance. Automobile accidents will still be accepted if the client has PIP coverage AND an attorney. If you need an attorney, I have several that specialize in personal injury claims that I can refer you to before taking your appointment. Workplace injuries (LNI/worker’s comp) will also still …

DIY Massage Series, Part 1, Valentine’s Back Massage

DIY back massage

As part of my new DIY Massage Series, I’ll be posting from time to time videos and tutorials on how to give a great massage for the novice. This is not for massage therapists, but easy safe steps that you can do without needing to practice or buy equipment. The first one will show you a fantastic back massage for …

New Online Paperless Intake

paperless documents

Now all intake forms will be filled out online. This will save paper and time. When you schedule your appointment, please provide your birthdate so a Patient Ally account can be set up for you. Before your appointment, you will be emailed a link to sign in to Patient Ally and fill out your forms online. So far the process …

Health Savings Accounts

health savings accounts

Good news for those with Health Savings Accounts and Flexible Spending Accounts: Seattle Massage Pro can use the debit card associated with your account to pay for your massage appointments. An invoice is also provided for records. While most Health Savings Accounts and Flexible Spending Account debit cards work with the card reader, there are a few that do not …

New Pricing Structure Begins October 2016

price increases

Starting October 1st, 2016, there will be a new pricing structure at Seattle Massage Pro. All massages will be $100/hour, without a tipping option. Packages will be based on hours and still be a 15% discount for 6 hours of massage ($510) and 20% discount for 12 hours of massage ($960).  The good news for you is that until September …