When You Arrive
You'll arrive to a studio thoroughly disinfected with CDC approved hospital grade disinfectants as per CDC guidelines including floors, bathroom, and all touchable surfaces.
The entrance to my studio is direct and private, Neither the entrance nor studio is shared with any other practitioners or client streams other than my own pre-screened client base. There is no waiting room or overlap of clients and the treatment room is thoroughly aired for at least 45 minutes prior to your appointment.
The air in the studio is continuously scrubbed with a new Molekule UV-C air purifier that uses photo electrochemical oxidation to capture and destroy 99.9% of bioaerosols like bacteria and viruses and endospores. Whenever possible, we will also work with the windows open and studio exhaust fans engaged to ensure a continuous air exchange for the duration of your session.
All linens, towels, and blankets are professionally laundered in hot water with bleach and changed down to the disinfected table base and face cradle as has always been my practice.
I will greet you with hands thoroughly washed and sanitized up to the elbows and will be wearing freshly changed clothing for every session. I will be wearing a CDC approved N95 mask. You must have your mask on as well.
As much as I'd love to greet all of you with a warm embrace or taking your hand, we'll have to refrain for the time being.
Shoes, coats, and bags will be left in the foyer. The less we bring inside the better.
As recommended by the CDC, I will not only be taking my temperature daily, but will be taking yours as well when you arrive for your appointment. I have a brand new touchless thermometer. It's my new toy, and it was expensive, so you'll just have to indulge me. It's also very accurate. If you have a fever, we're going to know it, and I'll have to send you home.
Once we do all that, it's time to wash your hands. Up to the elbows, hot water, lots of soap, for twenty to thirty seconds like the CDC recommends. CDC approved hand sanitizer after that for good measure.
Now you're ready to change and get on the table!