We understand that many people have special concerns about the COVID-19 virus. We are taking steps to maintain a safe environment for everyone.
When you arrive, we ask that you check in and then immediately proceed to use the restrooms to wash your hands with soap and water for at least 30 seconds.
If you have recently traveled or spent time with people that have traveled within the past three weeks, we ask that you delay making appointments for at least two weeks afterwards.
At this time, please make appointments only if you have been free of symptoms (coughing, sneezing, fever, chills, body aches, etc.) for at least two weeks. If you already have an appointment scheduled but are concerned you might be developing symptoms, please call us ASAP and we will cancel your appointment at no charge. We will be happy to see you again when you have been symptom free for at least two weeks.
If you arrive and display any symptoms, we may refuse to provide massage and ask you to return when you have been symptom free for at least two weeks. This is to protect our staff and others who come to us for massage therapy, some of whom are immune compromised.
Likewise, our staff are not working if they have had any recent symptoms. We are also using medical grade sanitizing wipes to maintain a safe environment for everyone.
At this time, our therapists may avoid massaging your face, or they will be required to clean their hands immediately after doing so. This is a step we're taking for everyone's safety.
We expect the COVID-19 pandemic to be temporary, and appreciate your patience and understanding as we all adapt to it. However, it may take several months to bring it under control. We will do our best to make good decisions while providing safe and excellent service as best we can.
Here are some ways to minimize transmission:
* Wear face mask or cloth covering when in public spaces
* Maintain physical distance of 6+ feet
* Regularly wash your hands with soap and water (30+ seconds each time), use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available
* Avoid touching your face, especially after touching things that have been touched by others
* Get plenty (7+ hours) of sleep so your immune system is better able to fight off infection
For current information about COVID-19 and best practices to prevent infection, please visit www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
GOOD NEWS: Over 95% of those diagnosed with Covid-19 make a full recovery! We look forward to seeing you and hope you remain symptom-free and healthy for a long time to come.