Massage Intervention follows a Code of Ethics dictated by the New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy.
We treat our clients with the utmost respect and dignity.
We assure their privacy, safety and confidentiality.
We are committed to high-quality care, honesty and professionalism.
We assure personal and professional boundaries.
We require all of our massage therapists to be licensed by the state and to renew their licenses every two years.
Hands will always be clean/washed, and any part of the massage therapists body that comes in contact with a client’s body will be clean with soap and water, or hand sanitizer. This also applies before and after providing massage and bodywork therapies for each client.
A disinfectant will be used prior to the massage to wipe exposed surfaces such as massage tables/chairs. It will also be used to clean the equipment afterward.
Massage lubricants will be stored in sanitary containers according to the manufacturer's recommendations and kept free of debris.
All materials and linens shall be stored off the floor in shelves, containers, cabinets, or closets. Clean linens and dirty linens shall be stored separately.
All linens will be properly laundered and new sets of linen will be utilized for each client.
A clean environment shall be maintained in the massage and bodywork therapy establishment and the environment will be well ventilated.
We pledge our commitment to the highest standards and principles of massage and bodywork profession.