what are my rates?
do i accept insurance?

MY prices


MANA LOMI® SESSION: This full body massage is done with a problem solving, treatment focus.  The session lasts 2 hours and includes about 90 minutes of hands on massage.  Click here for full description.

  • $100, paid for at time of service
  • $85 first time client special
  • For this massage option only I occasionally I see people on a sliding scale.  Ask me for details

MANA LOMI® SESSION WITH HOT STONES: This full body massage is done using hot stones.  The session lasts 2 hours and includes about 90 minutes of hands on massage.  Rates are:  Click here for full description.

  • $125, paid for at time of service

PURE PLEASURE~ DEEP SLOW FLOW MASSAGE: This full body massage is designed to first and foremost give you pleasure.  The session lasts 2.5 hours and includes about 105-120 minutes of hands on massage.  Click here for full description.

  • $150, paid for at time of service

CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE YOUR MASSAGE NOW.


Do I accept insurance?

While most of my clients self pay for massage received from me, I do accept a limited number of patients who pay via insurance.

I accept insurance payment for  Mana Lomi® sessions only, not including hot stone massage sessions.  Hot stone sessions and Pure Pleasure Massage sessions must be self paid by client (not billed to insurance). 

I accept insurance in these situations:

  • PIP auto insurance that applies after an auto accident.
  • health insurance that fit one of these conditions:
    1. plans that do not use a provider network system
    2. plans that covers out-of-network providers. (note: companies that cover out-of-network providers often reimburse these providers at a lower rate than they use to reimburse in-network-providers).  

I have successfully billed these companies in the past:

  • Aetna – city of Seattle employeesFirst Choice Health Administrators – Swedish HospitalPremera Blue Cross – Seattle School district

I am not a member of any provider network.  I do not accept insurance from companies that only reimburse in-network providers. 

How  Insurance Billing Works

  • Using information you provide me with, I call your insurance provider to confirm whether they cover out-of-network providers, what your deductible and co-pay are, if there are limitations to coverage and whether they require a prescription.
  • I give you a massage.
  • If your deductible has not yet been met, you pay me in full at time of service.
  • If you have a co-pay, you pay that at time of service.
  • Billing: many health care insurance companies now require health practitioners to submit bills electronically.  I only submit bills on paper via postal mail.
  • If your insurance company accepts bills submitted by health practitioners via paper/postal mail, I will bill your insurance company for the balance of the charge.  They will pay me directly for my services.
  • If your insurance company requires health care providers to submit bills electronically, then you will pay me in full at the time  of service for the massage.  You will then submit the bill yourself (by paper/postal mail) to the insurance company so that they can reimburse you.
  •  If the insurance company refuses payment for any reason, you are responsible to pay me the full amount due.