Wednesday, July 1, 2020

trying it out

I am excited to announce that I will return to the table Wednesday, July 8th.

I will be practicing out of Laurelhurst Family Clinic on NE Glisan/44th thanks to my colleague Lori Krampetz, LMT. I am subletting her room 1-2 days a week, beginning next week.

We are taking things one month at a time, as COVID-19 cases rise in Oregon and the Governor reiterates her strict dedication to her ReOpening Plan which can revert to closures at any time. 

A few things to note about booking:
  • I am not currently taking on new clients.
  • I am not allowing advance booking beyond July.
  • I am only seeing 4 clients a day at most, to leave time in between clients for adequate cleaning and for the room to air out and to keep my weekly close-contact with people outside my bubble to a minimum.
  • Evening appointments are few, so please only choose these if you must. I am trying my best to accommodate everyone.
Once you book your appointment I will email new Intake and Office Policy forms that are fillable online. Then, the day of your massage you will receive an email to fill out a COVID-19 Screening form, also fillable online. These must be filled and signed.

And remember, in preparation for your appointment, please kindly:
  • Come into the clinic wearing a face mask, bandana or scarf and continue wearing it through the session.
  • Please remain in your vehicle/outside and text when you arrive. You will be let in.
  • Please wash your hands for 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer provided upon entering the clinic.
  • Please limit personal belongings to essential items only (keys, wallet, cell phone). All personal belongings will be placed in a sealed container during the session.
  • Please bring your own water bottle and leave it in your car, if possible. We are not allowed to offer any beverages, including water before or after your appointment.
  • Please be freshly showered, wearing clean clothes.

For those of you who are ready to return, I am looking forward to working with you again, and those who are waiting, see you again when the time is right.

masks are required

Easiest thing you can do to keep your community safe is wear a mask! Simple as that.