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We Can Do This
Stress relief has never been more important. ♥
Thankfully, massage therapy has not been a significant spreader. Precautions developed by industry leaders have proven very effective.
Nevertheless, comfort levels do vary widely from person to person.
Below is a list of safety measures I personally take. Please consider the following and let me know what you prefer.
1. Practical Steps
Things I always do
Wash hands and sanitize surfaces
Maximize air quality as much as possible (air purifiers, etc.)
Reschedule if anyone feels unwell
Me - (A) During massage only. Generally I take this approach, with masking focused on moments of close proximity.
Me - (B) Full appointment. By request, I can mask from before I arrive until after I leave. Up to you.
You - Mask or not according to your preference.
Feeling safe during your massage also depends on mutual trust.
This pandemic has been a complex time for all of us, and good people (including our experts) have often disagreed about what to do.
I am here to help people feel better. I don't take sides on issues outside my scope of practice. And I don't discriminate against anyone on the basis of their medical status, choices, or views.
I simply treat everyone equally, with kindness and dignity, regardless of differing viewpoints.
Generally speaking, I find that avoiding controversial topics of conversation very much improves my clients' massage experience.
Thank you for honoring this boundary. Let's simply relax your body and mind.
Please feel free to let me know what preferences you have. Or just click "Book a Session" to make an appointment and we can get everything figured out. ☺
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