Following the Government’s announcement on 9th July, my doors are now open! This is fantastic news and I’m so pleased to be able to work with you all again. It won’t be quite the same as before, please see below details of some changes I have made.
Your health and safety is my number one priority, so please be assured I have undertaken all the necessary risk assessments provided by the Government and my Association. This is in addition to the high standards of cleanliness I routinely adhere to.
PPE and Hygiene
I have decided to absorb the additional costs I’ve had to incur to be able to operate at this time, meaning there will not be a price increase for your treatment.
When you come for your treatment, please wear a mask. If you don’t have one available I can provide one for you.
I will be wearing a face visor, and once you enter the property, I will also be wearing a mask. This is both for your protection and mine.
Upon your arrival and departure, the application of hand sanitiser (provided) will be required and I will ensure that all necessary doors are opened for you.
I will be running a reduced diary to allow time after each appointment to sanitise the treatment and surrounding areas. Therefore please aim to arrive on time for your appointment, and not too early.
Track and Trace
If you, or any member of your family, are displaying symptoms of Covid-19, or have been contacted by Track and Trace, please do not book until you’ve completed the requisite isolation period. If you book an appointment and later develop symptoms, please call to reschedule, even if it’s at short notice.
Prior to booking your first post lockdown appointment, I need to go through some Covid-19 screening questions under guidance from my Association. This will cover how data is handled for Track and Trace, as well as your permission for face-to-face treatment. When you arrive for your appointment, before you enter I will again ask if you are symptom free and upon entry, ask you to verify your screening answers and sign, to consent to treatment and GDPR.
If you haven’t been for a treatment before, I will send you a case history form for completion by return. I’m taking this approach rather than completing the case history at your first appointment due to Covid-19.
Although I will still be accepting cash, payment by card or bank transfer is preferable at this time.
Apologies this is all a bit long winded, but necessary, as we ease back to some sort of normality. I look forward to seeing you soon!
Massage Techniques and Treatments Offered
Therapeutic Massage Newbury
Therapeutic massage focuses on delivering health benefits. Renowned for its healing and rejuvenating properties, a therapeutic massage uses a range of techniques in a bid to relax stiff joints, soothe sore muscles and help you let go of your everyday stresses. Get a therapeutic massage in Newbury today.
Thai Yoga Massage Newbury
Thai Massage is an ancient massage style that combines yoga, Indian Ayurvedic principles and acupressure. No oils or lotions are used. Get a Thai massage in Newbury today.
Sports Massage Newbury
Deep tissue massage utilising a range of techniques. Regular sessions can reduce the risk of injury and boost flexibility. Get a sports massage in Newbury today.
Reflexology focuses on pressure points on the feet. This can help to improve blood circulation and heal pain. Get reflexology in Newbury today.
Indian Head Massage Newbury
Indian head massage is a relaxing holistic treatment that uses acupressure massage on the head, face, neck and shoulders. It aims to rebalance your body’s energies. Get an Indian Head Massage in Newbury.
Reiki Healing Newbury
Reiki is a form of therapy commonly referred to as energy healing. It emerged in Japan in the late 1800’s and it involves the transfer of universal energy from the practitioner’s palms to the patient. Get a reiki healing treatment in Newbury.
I take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your account and to provide the services you have requested.
Case notes will be taken prior to treatment and updated during any subsequent treatments. Case notes will be retained securely for a minimum of seven years after the date of your last treatment and stored securely in hard copy, not electronically and never shared with any third party.