Update – 25 February 2021
I am sure we have all been pleased this week to see some hopeful signs both in terms of the spring around us and in the roadmap announced on Monday for the gradual relaxation of Covid restrictions.
Here is what this means for our services:
We are delighted that we will be able to start providing massage therapy treatments again from 12 April 2021 (subject to the national requirements for this stage being met). We will of course be maintaining the additional precautions put in place last year to ensure we all remain as safe as possible.
We know that working from home in often less than ideal circumstances and the stress of the last year has left many of us feeling tense, both physically and mentally – we are looking forward to helping clients bring more balance, relaxation and wellbeing back into their lives.
Do get in touch to make an appointment.
We have made the decision to keep baby massage classes online for both March and April. This gives parents booking onto these courses the confidence that they will be able to go ahead as planned whatever happens. It also recognises that some people may wish to take a bit more time before meeting in groups again, particularly those feeling a little more vulnerable with a small baby, and who are less likely to have been offered a vaccine.
There have also been some benefits to online classes that we are happy to continue enjoying.
We know that face to face contact is important and we hope that these courses will be able to resume later in the year when the timing is right.
Finally, thank you to everyone for their support and encouragement over the last year, it is really appreciated.
New Treatment Option
I am delighted to be able to now offer Hot Stones treatment. Find out more about the benefits of this great treatment here.
Looking after your personal data
As you will likely be aware, the GDPR comes into affect on 25 May 2018, bringing in updated requirements for managing personal data. We take the confidentiality of your information very seriously. You can read our Privacy Notice to find out what data we collect, what we do with it, and how we look after it.