Chai Back Scrub Massage
Deliciously natural, organic, and vegan...
For soft, smooth, glowing skin. Formulated with organic Shea butter, sunflower seed oil and evaporated cane juice crystals, blended with essential oils of cinnamon, clove, eucalyptus, lemon and rosemary. Gentle exfoliation helps stimulate circulation and cellular renewal and fight free-radicals. Then, after removing the scrub with a warm, steamed towel, your RMT will finish your massage with our rich Chai body butter containing sweet almond oil, coconut oil and cocoa butter to condition, soften and nourish your skin.
Your Chai Back Scrub takes approximately 10 minutes and is complementary within your 60 or 90 minute massage therapy treatment. All treatments are performed by an RMT and may be submitted for reimbursement to extended health care benefit plans. Available only October 1—October 31, 2015.
► 60 min Chai Back Scrub Massage—$90+HST ►90 min Chai Back Scrub Massage—$129+HST
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All insurance providers require signed consent for the Clinic to submit claims and receive payments on your behalf. Please allow time to complete forms prior to your appointment time so that we can submit during your treatment. Depending on plan and coverage, all or a portion of the cost may be covered. Some plans will pay the Clinic directly; others pay only the insured but allow us to submit on your behalf.
If the provider requires further processing, we file the claim on your behalf; the payment go to you directly. You, then, are responsible for payment to the Clinic on the day the service is provided.
We have learned, through trial and error, that most providers do not accept electronically submitted claims for Secondary Coverage. These claims usually must be submitted manually. In these cases, the Clinic must be paid directly.