Washington Dept of Health is now allowing massage therapy for both urgent and non-urgent health needs. I will be following current strict health guidelines.
Please help me by:
- Wearing a face mask to your appointment, and during your massage.
- Having your temperature taken before entering my home. I will have a no-touch thermometer.
- Signing new paperwork acknowledging that being in close proximity is a risk for Covid transmission.
- Filling out paperwork regarding your current health symptoms.
- Using hand sanitizer when you arrive, and before you leave.
Thank you for taking these steps to comply with the new best practices to fight the Covid virus. If you are feeling any symptoms, or may have had contact with someone who has the Covid virus, please do not come in for massage therapy.
Please take responsibility to be sure you have a current valid Massage Therapy prescription, if you plan to bill your insurance. Thank you.
Meet Mark Hughes, LMT
Hello. I’m Mark. I grew up here in lovely Seattle. I enjoy our parks, Pro sports teams, and friendly people.
Jogging Green Lake with my trusty dog, playing Softball, Volleyball, and Tennis are my favorite pasttimes. I have a special passion for travel to the Orient.
Massage is a great way to help people feel their best, give their bodies a tune-up, and escape from the world. I hope that when you return to the world you will see it with wider eyes and more joy.
Mark E. Hughes, LMT
Special welcome to First Responders!
First Responders are amazing people. Thank you for all you do for the rest of us. Research has show that high stress jobs take a toll on your health. Large health risks are increased due to constantly elevated stress hormones. Massage calms and turns off stress hormone production. Rest/repair hormones area triggered instead. Let me help you get back to a healthy balance. Pain and tension are all addressed along the way.