I hope you are all enjoying your newly planted gardens and Marie Kondo’d closets. Okay, maybe the closet project is on hold because you’ve been working from home and when you’re not working, you’re working to keep your kids
from driving you crazy active and engaged while sheltering in place. And speaking of working from home, you may have discovered that laptops aren’t really meant to sit on your lap and your dining room chair is not comfortable for much longer than it takes to eat a meal and so in addition to cabin fever, your shoulders hurt or maybe it’s your lower back. Well, I’ve got some promising news for you. The Office of Small Business sent this message last Tuesday:
“Mayor London N. Breed and Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax announced the next phase of San Francisco’s reopening will begin on Monday, June 29. Once the City’s request for a variance from the California Department of Public Health is approved, and as long as San Francisco continues meeting several key health indicators, some businesses and activities originally planned to open in mid-July or later will be allowed to open including: Massage Establishments”San Francisco Office of Small Business
What this means is that there is a strong possibility I’ll be able to start seeing clients as early as this Monday. However, due to my birthday and a few health and safety projects I need to implement beforehand, my calendar is open for booking starting July 6th.
Some things you need to know:
- My schedule has changed to limit the number of clients I see per day and the amount of time between clients for the new sanitizing protocol.
- Clients will be required to fill out an online COVID-19 wellness form before each appointment.
- I will conduct a temperature check before each session and will post my own temperature.
- Masks will be required.
- I will request that you use hand sanitizer at the start of session.
I am excited to get back to work after over 100 days. You can trust that I will do my best to provide an environment that helps you feel safe and I also welcome whatever suggestions you have that will contribute to that end. I look forward to seeing you very very soon.