[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]For most fledgling massage therapists, this is the million-dollar question that could either make or break their career or someone’s bones. All jokes aside, there is no definite definition about the right amount of pressure that should be applied to muscles in massage therapy or self-massage sessions since it could vary from person to person. In a nutshell, people have specific pressure inclinations as they often fire therapists who provide treatments that are too soft or painful. A scientific poll involving massage therapy client have shown that 55 percent of people fire their therapists for being too intense while about 40 percent relieve their therapists because of being too fluffy or unfocused. As painful as it sounds, the trouble with every single therapist is that they stick into their old ways and means instead of being communicative and respectful to their respective clients. Outlined below are the three most common massage pains which are known as the good, the bad, and the ugly.