COVID-19 POLICIES

There are a lot of different germs going around right now, please be careful out there. Vaccines are still required. Mask requirements are sort of dependent on the situation (to be honest, you may want to just wear a mask while you’re face-up on the table), here are the current policies:

These COVID policy changes are effective as of  February 26, 2024.


  • If you have NOT had the most recent COVID booster (Sept/Oct 2023), please plan to wear a mask while you are face-up during your massage. (If you’ve had COVID within the last 3-4 months, that pretty much equals a booster.) I have masks if you forget one.
  • If you’re not sure if your sniffles are allergies or illness, please wear a mask.
  • If you’re living with someone who is sick, please wear a mask.
  • If you’ve been exposed to COVID or have had COVID within the last two weeks, please take a home test the morning of your appointment.
  • You’re absolutely welcome to wear a mask the entire time if you feel better doing so.

I WILL still be wearing a mask when working around your head

I received the latest COVID vaccine on Nov. 22, 2023

VACCINES ARE STILL REQUIRED:  I will continue to require vaccines as close to the current CDC guidelines as you can manage.

CURRENT CDC GUIDELINES:

  • COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for everyone ages 6 months and older in the United States for the prevention of COVID-19.
  • There is currently no FDA-approved or FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine for children younger than age 6 months.
  • CDC recommends that people stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccination.
  • There is no preferential recommendation for the use of any one COVID-19 vaccine over another when more than one recommended and age-appropriate vaccine is available.

All the massage equipment and room surfaces are wiped down with hospital-grade disinfectant after each appointment. A fan and air purifier are running in the massage room all day.

If you’ve been exposed to COVID or have had COVID within the last two weeks, please take a home test the morning of your appointment. If you still have symptoms, please reschedule. I understand there is often a lingering bit of cough with COVID and that’s okay.

As usual, if you’re not feeling well for any reason, please don’t come in. There are no penalties for same-day cancellations if you’re sick, though 24 hours or more is greatly appreciated. Please wait until the symptoms have been gone for at least 5 days before rescheduling. If I am not feeling well, I will reach out to you as soon as possible before your appointment.

These policies are subject to change as the circumstances change.

Thank you for your continued patience.

Stay well,

Tricia