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What we are doing to keep you safe:

  • We have added extra time to all appointment times so we can sanitize the common areas between each client. This includes the front desk, the bathroom key, the couch, the door handles, the iPad, and any other items or surfaces a client may have touched during their visit. 
  • We have taken courses in covid sanitation prior to our reopening in June 2020
  • We wear masks 100% of the time (yes that’s 8-10 hours per day)
  • Taking temperatures of every guest and staff that enters the spa. 
  • limiting how many therapists and clients are in the spa at one time to minimize any exposure to strangers. 
  • We have invested high grade disinfectant that has a higher rate of killing germs, including covid-19, than the average disinfectant that can be purchased at the supermarket. 

What we need you to do to keep our staff and other guests safe:

  • PLEASE STAY IN YOUR CAR WHEN YOU ARRIVE!!!!
  • Text us from your vehicle to let us know when you have arrived. This will allow us to make sure we have been able to wipe down everything to ensure you are safe from someone else’s germs when you come in. We will let you know when it is safe for you to come in.
  • Confirm your appointment two days before. This helps us know whether or not you are going to be able to make it in.
  • Let us know immediately if you are feeling sick or have been exposed to COVID-19. In order to keep our staff and guests safe, we can not have anyone in that has been exposed or is feeling sick in any way. Even if it’s allergies. So please stay on top of your health and symptoms
  • STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK
  • Wear your mask. If you arrive without a mask, we will provide one for you. You MUST wear your mask properly over your nose and your mouth for the duration of your visit. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this. If you are medically or spiritually exempt from a mask, we ask that you please not schedule appointments at this time. If you have been vaccinated, you must still wear a mask during your visit.