Client Communication and Consent in 1-Person Shop Swedish Massage Practice

Effective client communication and obtaining informed consent are essential aspects of maintaining ethical standards in massage therapy practice. This data report provides an analysis of client communication practices and consent procedures in 1인샵 Swedish Massage settings, based on survey responses from massage therapists.


A survey was distributed to massage therapists practicing in 1-Person Shop settings, soliciting information on their client communication strategies and consent procedures. The survey included questions related to educating clients about Swedish Massage, explaining treatment protocols, obtaining informed consent, addressing client concerns, and establishing boundaries. Respondents were also asked to provide insights into any challenges or barriers encountered in maintaining effective communication and obtaining consent.


  1. Client Education:

85% of respondents reported that they educate clients about the nature and benefits of Swedish Massage.

Common methods of client education included verbal explanations during initial consultations (75%) and providing written materials or resources (45%).

60% of respondents stated that they discuss the expected outcomes and potential risks of Swedish Massage with clients.

  1. Informed Consent Process:

95% of respondents indicated that they obtain informed consent from clients prior to the massage session.

Methods of obtaining consent varied, with verbal consent being the most common approach (70%), followed by written consent forms (25%) and electronic consent (5%).

80% of respondents reported that they explain treatment protocols and techniques to clients as part of the informed consent process.

  1. Addressing Client Concerns:

70% of respondents stated that they actively encourage clients to ask questions and express concerns during the massage session.

Common client concerns included pressure preference, draping, and privacy issues.

Respondents reported that they address client concerns by providing reassurance, adjusting techniques, or modifying the session based on client feedback.


The data from this report highlight the importance of effective client communication and obtaining informed consent in 1-Person Shop Swedish Massage practice. While most therapists reported implementing client education and consent procedures, there were variations in approaches and challenges encountered. Strategies for addressing client concerns and establishing boundaries were also identified as critical aspects of maintaining ethical standards in massage therapy practice.


Overall, the findings underscore the significance of transparent communication, client-centered care, and boundary maintenance in 1인샵 Swedish Massage practice. By understanding and addressing client needs, concerns, and preferences, massage therapists can ensure a positive and ethical therapeutic experience for clients. Continued efforts to improve communication strategies and consent procedures can further enhance the professionalism and integrity of massage therapy practice.