COVID-19 Processes

Research findings continue to evolve on how SARS-CoV-2 is spread.  Currently it's generally agreed that it's transmittable through the inhalation of droplets from a person who is infected. 

There is a risk of transmitting or contracting the virus with

any close, sustained contact with another person.

Our practice is focusing on CDC and EPA recommendations for keeping all surfaces sanitized and disinfected where possible to mitigate the risk of transmission. We additionally are requesting clients help us maintain social distancing recommendations.

Surface Sanitation

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All of the products we use to sanitize have been checked against the EPAs List N (Disinfectants for use Against SARS-CoV-2). Some UV-C lights will be used throughout the practice as well.

We have contact-less payment options available; please contact your individual massage therapist for their options.

All surfaces in the Massage Room, Lobby and Bathroom are sanitized between each client session including, but not limited to:

  • Hard Surfaces, table tops, towel cabinets and counters

  • Massage table and face cradle

  • Linens

  • Lotion / product dispensers

  • Door knobs, door touch-points,

          cabinet handles and knobs

  • Fixtures

  • Electronics and/or tablets

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Air Purifying

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There has not been a great deal of research on air purifiers and the transmission of COVID-19.  We are choosing to use air purifiers in each massage room because there ARE suggestions that it could help against disease transmission.

Each of the air purifiers utilize true HEPA filters and have a Clean Air Delivery Rate of at least 240.

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Client Sanitation Practices

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All clients are asked to:

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  • sanitize their hands upon entering the practice

  • maintain a 6 foot distance from others while in the shared areas of the practice (lobby, patio, parking area)

  • because of the drastic decline of covid-19 cases in Santa Rosa County, masks are currently optional in our facility

LMT Sanitation Practices

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Massage Therapists will:

  • be happy to wear our masks upon request and may even elect to do so for close, extended contact; such as supine head, neck and shoulder work. 

  • washing hands before and after each client

  • using hand sanitizer after entering the room to begin a session