*New Client Introductory Rate/Internet Special*
All New Clients get $10 off of first completed service at Waterland Wellness!
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Outcall Chair massage events are available for a $25 outcall travel/setup fee + $1 / minute chair massage fee. A minimum of 2 hours must be booked for the event and a minimum of 6 chair massages must be scheduled. If fewer than 6 chair massages are provided in a two hour event, an additional $15 fee per therapist will be billed to cover therapist’s lost time. Please inquire about a bid rate for larger events at (206) 824-1441.
Massage/Spa parties can be arranged for any occasion (girls night-in, bachelorette party, moms & daughters, company parties, etc.); prices vary based on needs of the group.
- We currently accept the following insurance plans with your doctor’s prescription:
- Aetna PPO and EPO plans
- Group Health
- PIP- Personal Injury Protection- This is usually coverage that is used as a result of an automobile accident and is covered under your automobile insurance policy or under the other party’s coverage.
- L&I- Labor and Industries Workers’ Compensation Insurance- provides no-fault industrial insurance coverage for most employers and workers in Washington State. Benefits include medical treatment for workers who are injured in the course of their employment or develop an occupational disease as a result of their work activities.
Healthcare Flexible Spending
Other avenues for self care using your insurance coverage
Many insurance providers don’t provide massage benefits, however, you may be eligible for a “flexible spending account”, sometime called a “Benny card”, “flex card”, HSA, HRA, or FSA. You can use these wellness dollars for many holistic therapies, including massage and infrared sauna therapy with a healthcare professional referral. Contact your employment benefits administrator for more information.
Differences between HSA (Health Savings Account), HRA (Health Reimbursement Account), FSA (Flexible Spending Account) are described here
Health Savings Account vs. Flexible Spending Account from USA Today
IRS Publication on HSA, HRA, FSA
Not covered by insurance?
If you do not have an insurance plan at this time, please be aware of some things to keep in mind about alternative health care options:
If you do decide to pay ”out of pocket”, keep track of your receipts and itemize medical expenses at year end on your Federal Income Tax return. These deductions can really add up if you track them.
We offer a Wellness Program for our “self pay” clients which are not available to clients utilizing insurance benefits for massage.
Complete 5 consecutive massages (one month interval maximum) at regular price and receive your 6th one at ½ off!
Pay for 5 massages in advance and receive your 6th massage free!