Having a play with cleaning, layout and signage. Need to keep the family informed of what’s going on too! My visor hasn’t arrived so it’s goggles and mask this week – need to sort the sides of that mask out … There are still appointment times available on Friday morning then we are into the following week.
Thanks for bearing with me and getting in touch to say ‘when can I book in?’. It’s been very heartening and affirming. I have been seeing my osteopath over the last few weeks and it has given me confidence that this works and feels safe.
Let me know if you want to discuss anything about therapies and face to face (F2F) appointments: contact
I will still be seeing some of you online for the Morning Dailies (new times start next week), Early Bird Yoga, July Yoga, Meditation and Reiki Share:
Following yesterday’s announcement, I am permitted to see you for individual therapies from next week. I have put available therapies on the booking system with a choice of one hour or 45 minutes. There is a 45 minute break between appointments to allow for cleaning and resetting the space for the next person.
Online services are still available, particularly for yoga, meditation and reiki. The Morning Dailies continue with additional earlier classes on Monday (8.00 am), Wednesday (8.00 am) and Early Bird Fridays (7.30 am): Online Spaces and Early Bird Fridays
I am hoping to organise a face to face yoga class in August. This is most likely to be on a Wednesday morning.
If you book your appointment online I will send practical information about our time together and directions to my new work space in Long Ashton. Some of this information is available to read on the Prices page. If you would like to message me to book your appointment or ask any questions, here’s the link: contact
I am rather tired and square eyed from all these changes today so am stopping work until Monday! If anything doesn’t make sense to you, assume it is me not you! Do let me know. Looking forward to welcoming you to my new space even if we are all masked up!
I’ve been looking at the Government guidelines following today’s announcement and it appears that from Monday 13 July I will be able to resume massage and reflexology with some precautions in place. I will be checking all the information closely tomorrow to ensure guidelines are satisfied and that you feel reassured, comfortable and safe (the face visor is already in the post apparently). In terms of individual yoga lessons, I do not think I will be able to teach indoors until 25 July when gyms are able to open their indoor spaces.
Some of the precautions will be :
increased cleaning and sanitisation of the environment, you and me!
single use of towels and covers – as per normal
good ventilation (do wear layers)
avoidance of work around the face
me to wear a face visor (It is not obligatory for you to wear a mask but a report on the news tonight from scientists in Seattle said that it really makes a difference to transmission and they do not understand why the UK Government are not more prescriptive. On their figures, 20,000 lives in the UK could be saved between now and November…)
time between clients to allow for cleaning and ventilating room
we might decide shorter appointments would be helpful
an assessment 24 hours before your appointment to check you are symptom free and have not been in contact with anyone who has Covid-19
I am aware that this will be a difficult time for some of you. We have all been isolating to some degree. I completely understand that there will be reluctance to make this next step. You need to decide what is right for you individually. I’m not planning on going anywhere, I will be here when you are ready. For those of you who would like to book in, I will set out the online diary so you can book your appointment – I will let you know when I’ve done this.
Yoga Online will continue for the rest of July. I have been talking with local halls and premises and they need time to decide how they want to run their spaces and set up procedures.
Let’s hope that this works for everyone and we don’t all crumble. That phrase ‘this can all be reversed’ is ever present.