Originally Posted by GB
Tipping is always such a cloudy issuse. When it comes to restaurants I feel I am a very good tipper. I almost never leave less than 20% and often times leave more than that. What about tipping for a massage though? Are you supposed to tip and if so what percent? I know there is no right answer here so Tell me what you do.
Unclear. Are you talking about a private masseuse, a spa, doctor's office? Hopefully not a private massage parlor in Hollywood
If it's a business establishment (not a doctor's office), I would have a conversation with the masseuse and ask what is customary - what do his/her client's usually pay for services rendered. Um, IMO, $2 tip - not good. If they own their own establishment, I figure, they still have costs, paying a staff, rent etc...but it's a personal decision that is comfortable for you.