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Rates, Policies, and Insurance


Structural Integration - bodywork is current $150/hour, and will become $165/hour starting June 1st, 2024.  When you book a session, it can be from one to two-and-a-half hours in length.

Craniosacral Therapy - bodywork is $100/hour.  When you book a session, it can be one to one-and-a-half hours in length.

Payment is due at the time of service.  Cash, credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express), Apple Pay, and Google Pay accepted.  To keep focused on the work once started, payment will be completed at the beginning of the session.

Payment Refund Policy

Payment will only be refunded for pre-paid appointments that are canceled with enough notice as per the Canceling, Rescheduling, and No-Show Policies.  If payment needs to be refunded, any fees related to the processing of the transactions will be deducted from the total amount refunded.

Cancellations, Rescheduling, and No-Shows

If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment: Mark requires twenty-four hours advance notice for appointments 60 and 90 minute in length, and forty-eight hours advance notice for appointments 2 hours or longer in length.  Failure to do so will result in fees due for the full scheduled session time.

Failure to show for a scheduled appointment will result in fees due for the full scheduled session time.

terms of use and other policies

You can find the terms of use and all policies on the terms of use and policy page.

Insurance, Health Savings Account, Flex Spending Account

Mark no longer provides direct billing of any insurance for massage therapy and bodywork.  If your medical plan has out-of-network coverage for massage therapy, he will provide upon request invoices and chart notes for you to submit to your insurance for direct reimbursement.  For your insurance to fully process the claim, you will likely need a prescription from your doctor that contains a diagnosis code (called an ICD10 code).  Please provide me with the ICD10 code(s) your doctor gives you so that I can add it to your chart notes.


If you have a health savings account (HSA) or a flex spending account (FSA), consider taking advantage of these pre-tax benefits to pay for your massage session.

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