No, you do not have to take everything off for a full body massage. The decision to undress for a massage is up to the individual. Most massage therapists will provide you with a private area to undress and drape yourself with a sheet so that only the body part being massaged is uncovered.

If you do decide to undress, it is important to note that draping is standard practice in a professional massage setting. This means that your massage therapist is only allowed to uncover the area of your body they are currently massaging and must keep the other areas covered.

For a full body massage, it is generally recommended to undress to your comfort level. If you want to keep some clothing on during the massage, like shorts and a t-shirt, that is perfectly acceptable. Remember, your body and your comfort level are the only factors that matter when deciding what to wear or not wear during a massage.

If you feel uncomfortable undressing for a full body massage or don’t have time to do so, you can opt for a clothed massage. In this type of massage, the therapist will use stretches and massage techniques that can be performed with the person fully clothed. This massage style is often used for people with limited time or for those who are more modest.

No matter what you choose, the important thing is that you feel comfortable and relaxed so that you can get the most out of your massage.