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By Anitra Brown. Spa nudity can cause some anxiety and confusion, especially if you're going for the first time , but there are some pretty simple rules for spa destinations in and around the United States when it comes to getting naked. The question most first-time spa guests ask is whether or not the massage therapist will see their body naked. Most resort spas and destination spas in Canada, Mexico, the United States, and the Caribbean stipulate that your therapist must cover your body with a sheet or large towel during your appointment and that only the part of the body that is being worked on is exposed.
Some people, on the other hand, feel completely comfortable without clothing and wonder why there has to be a sheet or towel over their body during the massage. However, while those people may not feel like the situation is sexual, pulling the sheet back or asking the therapist about it is usually a prelude to unwanted advances and should be avoided.
If you're not shy about getting naked at the spa, there are plenty of naturist resorts and clothing-optional spas spread throughout the United States , South America, and Europe as well as most other places in the world , each with varying degrees of comfort around the naked body.
However, you still shouldn't expect any nudity in the treatment room; even the Palm Springs clothing-optional resort Sea Mountain uses draping during a massage at its spa. European spas are considerably more relaxed about nudity, both in the treatment room and in co-ed Sauna Worlds, a spectacular collections of saunas, whirlpools, and ice rooms, often part of hot springs.
In German spas , adults of all ages enjoy themselves in the nude without being self-conscious, which is entirely different from the vibe in American spas, where even sitting in a co-ed lounge with a man can be uncomfortable for some women. When it comes to services that require to be fully nude, options are relatively limited in the United States. However, most body treatments like a salt glow or a Vichy shower do need full nudity to thoroughly exfoliate and treat your pain.