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Seeing existing clientele only

By Appointment Only

***Closed to new clients at this time***

Frequently Asked Questions

You've got questions? Here are answers.

What are your COVID-19 Guidelines? Masks are worn by everyone in the office per WA Secretary of Health Order: In addition, Trina's COVID Compliance Checklist meets or exceeds state recommendations. Some highlights include: 2 HEPA air purifiers in the office, throrough sanitizing of office in between sessions, and at least 45 minutes between sessions. More information can be given upon request.

Do I have to wear a mask in session? Yes. We are both masked during your session, with the exception of intraoral work. Until the WA Secretary of Health Order is lifted, we will continue to wear masks in health care settings.

WA state Secretary of Health Mask Order information

What can I expect at my first massage? Trina's online paperwork makes it easy to securely fill out your information before your first appointment. This will be reviewed prior to your arrival and we will briefly discuss your unique needs. Then Trina will leave the room, and you can undress to your level of comfort. Only areas being addressed are exposed.

Why can't I use my insurance? Paying out of pocket for your service means you get customized care, not something that a third party dictates. This generally means that you will have your specific needs addressed quickly and effectively, as the human body is much more complex than a set of statistics can predict. You may use your FSA/HSA account for massage therapy services.

Can I use my FSA/HSA funds for massage therapy? Yes. It's highly recommended you keep a current prescription on file in case you're audited by the company issuing your funds. In order to receive reimbursement, a prescription is ALWAYS required to obtain a Superbill from A Better View Massage Therapy. No Exceptions.

Do you really have a black sash in Kung Fu? Yes. I am trained to heal AND hurt people, and have zero hesitation switching that direction should your conduct and behavior necessitate a change. Capiche? My office is for working within my scope of practice as a licensed massage therapist in the state of Washington, which allows me to provide CPT codes 97124 and 97140.

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