COVID SAFETY
GUIDELINES
Here are the guidelines we have created to keep us all safe and healthy:
  • Masks will be required before entering the studio.

  • Both practitioner and client will be required to wear a mask at all times.

  • We ask you to wash/sanitize your hands prior to your session.

  • Mats and equipment will be sanitized with Mat Attack cleaner that wipes out COVID-19 from surfaces without destroying our yoga mats, or your skin.

  • We will use large 700 thread count pillowcases as a protective barrier for your face on the sterilized surfaces.

  • Please limit the items you bring into the office for your appointment to only the essentials.

  • Please do not bring any kiddos or family members at this time.
     

Because Rossiter Stretch work involves maintained touch and close physical proximity over an extended period of time, there may be an elevated risk of disease transmission, including COVID-19. During the appointment, scheduling and confirmation process, we will have you acknowledge that you are aware of the risks involved and that you give consent to receive the Rossiter stretches and bodywork from our practitioners.

SCREENING CRITERIA

 

Have you or anyone in your household:

  • Come into contact with anyone displaying symptoms or testing positive for COVID-19?

  • Traveled outside the country or outside your own city to an area that is considered a “hotspot” within the last 30 days?

  • Exhibited COVID-19 symptoms or tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 30 days?

  • Experienced the following symptoms

    • Dry cough

    • Nausea

    • Fever

    • Back pain

    • Abdominal discomfort

    • Loss of smell

    • Shortness of breath

    • Pneumonia

    • Atrial fibrillation

    • Sore throat

    • Body aches

    • Chills

    • Stuffy nose

    • Fatigue

 

How do you sanitize when you go out? (i.e. facemask, disinfect yourself, disinfect your surroundings).

 

Do you practice social distancing?

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