Below you will find a basic list of commonly asked questions related to in-person service options.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I required to wear a mask during my service?
Masking is not required for your service though you are encouraged to have one on hand if circumstances require it. Although transmission risk can never totally be zero, face masks have been clinically proven to significantly lower the likelihood of person to person spread of airborne contagions. The extra fabric traps moisture particles from your breath that may contain traces of viral particles.
How should I pay?
Clients can make payment for services via cash, credit card, Venmo, Cashapp, or Paypal.
What are you, the practitioner, doing to protect my safety?
To lower the chances of viral transmission, I have put in place the following safety and sanitation measures for bodywork services:
In between clients, all linens will be removed from the room and sanitized in an appropriate manner. The table, face cradle, and all surfaces will be wiped down with a sanitizing solution and, at the end of day, prime touch points exposed to a UV-C sanitation light for your added protection. Each client receives fully sanitized set of linens, including the blanket (modesty) layer.
An air filtration device, with specialized filters, will be on throughout the session to help promote the clean steady flow of air as recommended by the CDC and WHO (World Health Organization).
Hand sanitizer will be available in the treatment room for your personal use.
Bottled water will be provided to minimize the possibility of cross-contamination. Please feel free to bring your own water to the service if you feel more comfortable.
I will be abiding fully by all FSMTB guidelines regarding work hygiene and sanitation practices.
Do you Take Health Insurance?
At this time, I do not process insurance to cover service payment. However, many clients with Health Savings Accounts have been able to reimburse themselves for massage and other bodywork services. If you choose to use a HSA to cover your service cost, it is up to you to verify that massage is covered as a preventative treatment option on your plan.