Winter 2020: Open with restrictions

Dear clients,

It’s been about 3 months since I reopened my practice at reduced capacity. It feels so good to be back doing the work I love, and I’m thrilled to report that my protocols of safe practice have gone smoothly and are even beginning to feel … “normal!” 🙃

That said, North Carolina is heading in the wrong direction as we move through the holiday season, so I am remaining ever-vigilant. Filling out the  required COVID-19 Intake Form before each session is more important than ever, so I urge you all to read it through carefully and answer as truthfully as you can.

Unfortunately, I am still not able to accept first-time clients at this time, unless you have a gift certificate to redeem. First-time clients are still welcome to submit an appointment request as outlined below — there is an option to indicate that you’d like to be put on the waiting list.

If you’d like to schedule your appointment, here’s how to proceed:

STEP 1: CLICK HERE TO READ THE COVID-19 PROTOCOLS
STEP 2: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

Wishing you a safe and healthy holiday season!

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🌻Suzanna
December 9, 2020


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September 2020: Reopening at last!

Dear clients,

I am thrilled to announce that as NC moves into “Phase 2.5”, I am finally reopening my practice at reduced capacity. I can’t wait to see you soon!

Returning clients, please read my Phase 2.5 COVID-19 protocols before requesting your appointment.

REQUEST A SESSION NOW!

Unfortunately, I am not able to accept first-time clients at this time, unless you have a gift certificate to redeem. You are still welcome to submit an appointment request — there is an option to indicate that you’d like to be put on the waiting list.

Thanks so much for your patience and understanding!

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🌻Suzanna
September 8, 2020


August 2020: Still closed, still missing you

May 28, 2020

Dear clients,

After gathering more information over the past days, I am sorry to say that I have decided to postpone announcing a re-opening date.

Even with my new protocols in place, there is no getting around the fact that massage and bodywork requires prolonged skin-to-skin contact in an enclosed space. As we begin to navigate life in the grey area — with a focus still on social distancing, reduced capacities, and boosting our local economies as safely as possible — it seems important for me to pause and get a clearer sense of the trends of this phase in our community before taking the next step. My revised plan is to re-evaluate every two weeks in Phase 2 before making this announcement and scheduling appointments. I will keep you updated.

In the meantime, please read my new protocols so you have time to adjust and make an informed choice about resuming sessions. Some of these changes will feel quite different and will take some getting used to, but I believe we can do it! Most importantly, if you have a concern or question about anything here, please contact me. “We’re in this together” — this phrase is a little overused these days, but it’s so true.

Please know that my electronic door is open. Many of us rely on massage to keep our bodies going, and some of us are in a lot of pain right now. I am still here and I can still help. I am available for phone or video sessions to help problem-solve, teach self-massage or stretching techniques, or even to help you find resources. I can also talk things through via email. Just say the word.

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Big hugs,
🌻Suzanna