Seashelle Massage’s precautions for Covid-19

These are new and interesting times, where everyone is wanting to look after their loved ones and try to prevent the spread of Covid-19.  Seashelle Massage is now re-openning to continue to help while we can, but we wanted to let you know what we are doing to help keep therapist Shelle and everyone she is looking after safe.  Even before the current situation, each client has been given fresh linens and Shelle has had awesome hand hygeine, with loads of training in infection control.  Below are some additional changes that have been made to be super duper clean.

Disinfecting like mad

Giving you a clean slate, and table, and chair and….

The treatment room is being thoroughly disinfected between each appointment.  This will minimise any possible risk of anything that has possibly been touched by previous clients.

B.Y.O.B

Bring your own bottle of water.  While normally you would be greeted with a nice glass of water, we’ve decided to hit the pause button on this to help reduce any risk.  There’s also so much disinfectant and alcohol being sprayed around the room that you’d probably get drunk off your water anyway…

No more glasses of water to prevent risk

Bookings are being screened

All bookings are being screened and clients are being advised to not come in if they are feeling unwell or have been in contact with anyone that has been unwell recently.  Clients are also being asked if they have been overseas or in contact with anyone that has been overseas.  These clients are being asked to reschedule their appt.

A few extra things being done

  • Increased cleaning / disinfection
  • Preferred payment method is EFTPOS
  • Hand sanitizers available
  • Massage table set up has been changed due to increased disinfection
  • No more glasses of water / BYOB recommended (Bring Your Own Bottle)
  • Contact with unnecessary things has been reduced
  • Gym is not doing indoor classes
  • Bigger gaps between bookings
  • Social distancing in the waiting room
  • Clean linens have been moved away from massage table
  • Decreased operational hours
  • All linens, re-usable face masks and uniforms are laundered with disinfectant after each single use.
  • Airflow in treatment room
  • Previously trained in infection control
  • Completed Government training in Infection Control for Covid-19
  • Fresh apron or uniform between each client seen
  • Fresh face masks worn with every person treated.

Have any more suggestions on how things can be kept clean?  Please mention it at your next appt, because comfort and safety is a huge priority at Seashelle Massage.