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Colour for therapy room

Discussion in 'Massage Therapies & Techniques' started by zftuoxoo, Feb 20, 2012.

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  1. zftuoxoo

    zftuoxoo New Member

    Jan 29, 2011

    I've done a few searches, but can't find any info anywhere on the forums about the best colours to decorate a therapy room- we did not cover this on my ITEC Holistic Massage course.

    I know you are meant to use calming colours like green, but I am not keen! When I was doing my case studies I used my bedroom which is decorated in terracotta, oranges, yellows with old pine and wicker furniture. Several people commented on how much they liked the room and that it felt safe and cosy. They nearly all fell asleep during my massages, so the colours can't have freaked them out that much.

    So, this long winded question is: is it okay to use these colours or is it a no- no?

    Thanks for the help! Still waiting for my results- 3 weeks in now- fingers crossed!

  2. chhcztsb

    chhcztsb New Member

    Jan 30, 2011
    When i done my case studies like you i used my bedroom which is an orange/yellow colour with red curtains and it worked really well, i am currently in the process of doing up a room for my therapy room and i have decided to use teracotta and cream for the colour scheme, i think that these colours are calming and earthy and perfect for use in a therapy room.

    so go for it!!
  3. geeko

    geeko Member

    Oct 2, 2009
    Thanks for the replies- okay, I'll go for it! I thought I had better check with the experts first....!
    Stargirl- it's nice to 'meet' another REM fan- I absolutely love them, still swooning from seeing them in Nottingham last week.

    take care

  4. mom2one

    mom2one New Member

    Aug 12, 2010
    i wouldn't call myself an expert but an REM fan yes!! seen them in dublin a few weks ago and loved it, even got mike mills plec!!

    have a look at these
  5. vball07

    vball07 Member

    Apr 27, 2010
    Thanks for the link- you have made my night- great pictures!

  6. Leeu

    Leeu New Member

    Nov 14, 2010
    glad you liked them!!
  7. BruceMillerr

    BruceMillerr Member

    Mar 21, 2010
    My room is light blue walls with blue and white curtains. Lots of people comment it looks very relaxing. I think blue is cool without looking cold.

    Hope that helps.

  8. Greg Plowboy

    Greg Plowboy New Member

    Dec 15, 2010
    All those colours sound good - after all, the client is likely to spend most of the time with eyes closed anyway!
  9. Fishie<3

    Fishie<3 Member

    Dec 4, 2009
    Phae I think the best colour for your therapy room is the colour or colours you love to be surrounded by, because if your happy in the environment that will transmit to your lucky clients. My room is a soft peachy terracotta and cream with lots of pink and green accents and I love sitting in there after my clients have left just chilling. I am sure whatever colours you choose your room will look great.
  10. tomgxfpj

    tomgxfpj New Member

    Jan 29, 2011
    Thanks for all your replies, I feel much more confident about choosing the paint now! I will go with the terracottas/ yellows/ oranges.

    Phae x
  11. gummyroach

    gummyroach New Member

    Oct 18, 2010

    I have a room where I meditate, chat to my angels and reiki myself....its a dark forest green with wooden table, blinds, shelves etc and gold voile, and brown candles, cushions etc. It has the most amazing energy and I love it.

    When (not IF) I qualify as a Holistic Massage therapist I will probably start working from home.......means I will have to change my room as probably lighter colours will be more soothing/relaxing for my clients.
  12. aadimax

    aadimax Newbie

    Jul 13, 2012
    you are simply beautiful and beautifully gorgeuos
  13. 956pluto

    956pluto Newbie

    Apr 25, 2014
    use lighting to heel good or no good
  14. 956pluto

    956pluto Newbie

    Apr 25, 2014
    thanks you all

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