Updated: Jul 20, 2020
What is the new normal?
Our industry has changed now and been redesigned to a new type of normal.
This is a must read for everyone clients and fellow therapists who are still unsure.
So how does this look now, this is the guidelines from the government, this is not my choice this is something us as therapist now risk prison if we do not comply.
-Consultations are now fully done online, social distancing guidelines are still in place so now this is something we can not do face to face. Zoom calls will be set up for my clients pre-treatment so we can meet and get this done before hand and lower any risk of infection.
-Close contact treatments will not allow any face to face work, a lot of treatments will now be done on your side and laying face down- don’t worry I have this covered- we will still get to those neck pains covered.
-Temperature checks will have to be done on arrival, this is again to protect my studio and yourself, as will be done for staff and clients.
Extra time between clients so no overlapping on arrival, clients can not be in the waiting room at the same time. So clients please do not turn up early.
-Gloves have to be worn during a massage, I have tried this and it’s not as bad as once thought. I first nearly cried at the topic as such a hands on and contact person, but on closer inspection it’s not as bad as I originally thought. This is options of client and therapist so can be agreed together.
-Therapists have to wear visors. This again is essential.
-Suggested that clients wear masks too during treatment, I will have some on hand in salon for anyone that feels more comfortable.
-Clients must attended alone to the space.
This information changes daily so please subscribe and follow me for updates as and when. I am super excited to open on August 4th and can not wait to see you all for our new normal treatments. A lot of my treatments will start to go partial online, I know this sounds strange but keep your eyes peeled for new and exciting updates from me and our fabulous industry.