New Safety Policies and Procedures
We are taking extra precautions with the intake of each client, health history review, as well as sanitation and disinfecting practices.
We will be limiting appointment times to ensure the safety of clients and practitioners, to a single session per day until I feel we may safely lift restrictions.
First time clients are required to complete a Medical History Intake Form and Precautionary COVID Liability Release Form.
Prior to each appointment, clients will be required to sign a precautionary questionnaire and have their temperature checked. Any client with a temperature reading of 99 or greater, will be asked to reschedule.
Practitioners are required to wear appropriate PPE at all times throughout client interaction. Appropriate PPE includes and may or may not be limited to an effective face mask and protective eye wear. A face mask may be a cloth mask with a filter insert or N95.
We request that every client please also wear protective face masks upon arrival of your appointment and we will discuss if the need or desire for continued wear during your session is necessary.
Practitioners and clients are required to arrive showered, wearing clean clothing and take appropriate precautions to not touch your face.
Hand washing with soap and warm water, for a minimum of 20 seconds will be required between every separate interaction of the client which would include greeting with review of intake forms, prior to treatment, following treatment and checkout procedures.
Hand sanitizer and/or a hand washing station will be available at all times for both the client and practitioner.
Treatment areas are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected prior to each session and following each session, which includes all appropriate surfaces, tools and linens. Any unnecessary items will be removed from the treatment room.
Clients must consider that the updated cleaning protocol may cause exposure to some fragrances or fumes, although due to the limited scheduling, there should be adequate time for safe ventilation prior to scheduled appointments.
Practitioners or clients who have symptoms and/or are sick are required to stay home and it will be necessary to reschedule the appointment.
During this time, we find it will be necessary to discontinue any facial treatments or neck massage in the supine position that could potentially expose the client or practitioner to aerosol transmission.