COVID19 Reopening Update
I am really looking forward to being able to welcome you all back in July as soon as we get the go ahead from the government. The Association of Reflexologists have been working very hard on our behalf to insure that we are kept fully informed of all the requirements we need to meet in order to reopen safely. Below, I will list a few things that you will be able to expect of me and a few things I will require of you. This is a preliminary list and is subject to change. By mutually cooperating I hope treatments will remain relaxing, beneficial and enjoyable as usual. Although a long list, once implemented I don’t really expect treatments to look or be much different. Most of the changes will go on behind the scenes and in between treatments. I just wanted to make everyone aware that I will be taking things seriously and working hard to adhere to all guidelines put in place. A lot of the guidelines are things that I would normally do ie. Such as hand washing etc. As most of you know I am a small practice and do not have many clients each day so by following all guidelines I feel any risk will be minimal. I can’t wait to have you all back.
So here goes!
I will be rearranging my room so we are able to maintain social distancing. (I only need your feet!)
Before arrival I will ask a few questions by phone or email to risk assess your situation and health.
I will double check your health on arrival (as I normally would).
I will also continuously review my own health, my family’s and my contacts.
You will be asked to hand sanitise on arrival and departure.
I will wash my hands and hand sanitise before & after each treatment (as usual).
Currently it looks like we will both be required to wear face masks.
I will expect you to cancel your appointment if you are feeling unwell at all, or have had any contact with an infected person or a member of you family has or is ill.
An anti-viral wipe down will happen between each treatment.
A fresh blanket will be offered to each client.
Paper roll will be used on the couch/pillows for each client along with clean towels (as usual).
A minimum 30 minute ventilation of treatment room between clients.
It sounds a lot but it is really some extra hygiene, common sense and mutual respect to keep us all safe.
I really look forward to welcoming you all back and I will keep you updated as to when this may be.
Suzanne Hazelden - Reflexologist located in North Devon - Barnstaple, South Molton, Bideford, Braunton, Chulmleigh, Crediton, Eggesford, Lapford, Chittlehampton.
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