Online Booking

Thank you for choosing Collective Wellness, Durham's Holistic Healing Center.

For your convenience, we do have the option of booking many of our treatment sessions online through by using the form below.

Please note that for most sessions we do have at least a 24 hour cancellation policy. In addition, we do encourage you to arrive at least 5-10 minutes before the start of your scheduled appointment time so that you are ready to begin. This is to ensure you are able to receive your the full time allotted for you session.

Have questions? Looking for something sooner? Questions about how to book your appointment?
You may call us at (919) 251-8437 or email us at contactus@collectivewellnessnc.com.

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What to expect for my first massage visit?

Prior to arriving, you will receive an email with an electronic intake form. We ask you to be as thorough as possible when completing this form to allow us to properly prepare for your visit, and to carefully read the waiver.

Things to keep in mind:

  • You should reschedule if you have a fever, a skin irritation (poison ivy or sunburn) or any issues with your current medications
  • Set yourself up for success by beginning your hydration process before by drinking plenty of water in the days leading up to your massage
  • Eating just before your massage is not recommended

Upon arrival, you will be greeted by your therapist, offered water, have access to the restroom and escorted to the treatment room. Once in the room, the therapist will go take your through an interview process that will allow the access your goals and help design the session. The therapist will outline what will happen in the session and leave the room for you to get on the table.

It is your right and responsibility as a client to ask any questions and communicate any additional information necessary for you to be comfortable on the table.

During the massage, you will lie on the table covered by a sheet or blanket. The therapist will only undrape areas of the body being worked on. They will check in with pressure, temperature, and just make sure you are at ease throughout the entire session.

For sports and medical massage sessions, it is recommended that you wear comfortable clothing that allow freedom of movement. This may go against what you think of as a traditional massage but this will ensure proper modesty and better assessment of what is going on with your body as well as test for improvements made from the work.

After the massage, the therapist will leave the room for you to get up off the table. When you are dressed and ready you will open the door to let the therapist know you are ready. There is time built into for you to ask any follow up questions.