Dear 100 Hour Board,
Are the massages you can schedule from students at Provo College done with your clothes on, partially dressed, or fully undressed?
According to my sources who have gotten massages from Provo College, they ask you to be partially dressed for the massage. For example, a woman could wear a sports bra and running shorts, or a man could wear biker shorts, or other similar clothing. Getting a massage fully dressed would probably just be uncomfortable, because the clothing would cause so much friction against your body. However, they do apparently ask their clients to not get totally naked for the massages, so it sounds like some minimalist clothing is the best way to go. They also cover your body with a sheet as they're performing the massage, and only uncover one small part at a time as they're working on it, so you remain pretty covered the whole time.
As a side note, one of my roommates is a physical therapist, specializing in massage therapy, and she's seen so many butts that she says she doesn't even think twice about it when someone drops their pants at her work.