— Frequently Asked Questions —

 
 

You may schedule online here, give us a call at 612-244-8632, or send an email to organic@tulaspa.com. For scheduling more complicated appointments, like back-to-back appointments, couples massages, or parties, email is probably the best way to start the booking process. We recommend booking such appointments at least a couple weeks ahead of time to ensure we have the time in our schedule.

how do I schedule a service?


do you have a cancellation policy?

Yes we do. We try to avoid all cancellations by reminding clients of their appointments 48-Hours in advance by email confirmation, and we hope that you would let us know at that time if you cannot make your appointment. Tula Spa does have a cancellation policy in effect. 

Please note that if you should need to cancel your appointment Tula requires 24 hours notice (email or phone message - not facebook). If you cannot comply with this, Tula Spa will invoice the client for 50% of the Service Fee. Thank you for understanding, and for respecting our practitioners time.


We do! We have two private rooms in our spa that can each accommodate only one massage table, therefore couples massages can be performed at the same time, but in different parts of the spa.

can you do couples massages?


what forms of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, credit, as well as our Gift Certificates that we sell on our online scheduling site and in the spa!


how do I schedule two back-to-back services?

The easiest way is to email us with the services you are wanting to book along with your availability! We have two treatment rooms and can easily schedule two people at the same time as well as consecutive services, but it’s easier for us to do it manually rather than in our online scheduler and we may also need to shift things around on our end to accommodate you. A couple weeks notice (at least) is appreciated and makes your request more likely to be fulfilled!


Emailing is the most effective means of contacting us. Whether it’s after hours or we’re busy at the spa, one of us is always available… and we all frequent our inbox. You can also call and leave a message. We’ll get back to you within 24 hours. You can also stop in during our Open Hours, which are listed on the home page, when we have an employee at the front desk to assist walk-ins.

what is the best way to reach someone at your spa if I have a question?


The hair length should be at least 1/4″-1/2″ long in order for the wax to grab. It is recommended to thoroughly clean the area, exfoliate, and moisturize a couple of days prior to the appointment. You may also take an Ibuprofen or Advil 30 minutes before coming in. Avoid drinking caffeine or any other stimulant beforehand as it will heighten sensitivity levels.

how do I prepare for my waxing service?


It is not recommended to wax 3 days prior, during, or 3 days after your period. The most ideal time to wax is 2 weeks after your period.

can I wax while on my period?


Whenever we introduce something new to the skin, there is a likelihood that some purging may occur. It does not happen all of the time, and if it does, it may only be one to just a few little breakouts. This may be due to deeper penetration, the active ingredients or a release of toxins that are built up. Please keep in mind that it this is temporary; typically a 30 day period must pass before our dermis adapts to being stimulated.

will I break out after my facial/product usage?


Yes. That’s why it’s imperative that, before you begin your session, you notify your Massage Therapist of any health conditions that you may have or medications you are taking. If you are under a doctor’s care, it is strongly advised that you receive a written recommendation for massage or bodywork prior to any session. Depending on the condition, approval from your doctor may be required.

are there any medical conditions that would make massage or bodywork inadvisable?