Being consistently late for appointments disrupts the therapist's schedule and reduces the time available for the massage session.
Neglecting personal hygiene, such as not showering before the appointment or having strong body odor, can make the therapist uncomfortable during the session.
Constantly engaging in conversation during the massage can distract both the therapist and the client from fully relaxing and benefiting from the treatment.
Failing to communicate important health concerns, injuries, or preferences can hinder the therapist's ability to tailor the massage to the client's specific needs.
Making inappropriate or unprofessional requests during the massage session puts the therapist in an uncomfortable position and can disrupt the therapeutic environment.
Trying to direct the therapist on how to perform the massage instead of allowing them to use their expertise can hinder the quality of the treatment.
Failing to provide feedback or communicate discomfort during the massage prevents the therapist from adjusting the pressure or techniques to ensure a comfortable experience.