Crisis & Massage Practice
The COVID19 pandemic is proving to be a challenging time for humanity, as we continue to adapt our lifestyles accordingly, to reduce the spread of the virus, and manage it more effectively, through the International roll out of the vaccination program.
Professional Therapists have an ethical duty of care to follow the Scottish Government’s Public Health Directives and Practice Hygiene and Safety Protocols.
Edinburgh is currently still under Tier Four lockdown directives, that require all Close Contact Services to Temporarily Close, until restrictions are lifted for Massage Therapists from the 26th April onwards.
I deeply regret not having been able to offer clients affirming, connective therapy, during this most recent stressful lockdown, and look forward to welcoming clients back from late April.
When the green light is given to resume practicing, it should noted that wearing a face covering is mandatory for Therapist and Client during any massage session.
I am able to offer a fresh, sterile surgical mask to any client who might need one.
I set time aside between each client to clean my practice thoroughly, to ensure your safety and comfort.
The images on the right hand side of this page reveal *”The Tribute Window ” – created to help lift folks spirits, through providing a positive focus.
*”The Beacon of Hope ” and ” Covid Resilience ” – poems compiled during lockdown.
Hang on in there guys, for we will eventually get through this terrible crisis.
Please feel able to get in touch if you think I can be of any help to you.
Take care and Stay Safe.
Registered Massage and Relaxation Therapist.