Good news! Treatment fully resumed-again!
I’m pleased to announce that Reach bookings are fully now open.
Whilst I carried out emergency appointments at the clinic over lockdown, for those who would otherwise have needed NHS services, from Thursday the 3rd of December, other appointments can now continue.
A pre-appointment Covid-19 screening will still be carried out, as well as other measures which will be explained to you upon booking, in order to keep sessions as safe as possible. Some of you will already be familiar with them from your last appointments and are detailed here in my previous bulletin http://reachsportsmassage.co.uk/welcome-back/.
Any bookings on Mondays will now take place at the Bespoke Treatment clinic, Staverton, GL51 6SX. It’s a lovely, bright and airy space with plenty of on-site parking. Home visits are available outside of Mondays and bookings can be made at the clinic on some evenings and weekends.
Staying safe with Reach
I will continue to provide safe, face to face manual and rehab sessions, including sports massages.
For all clients – current, resting or new, my services are fully accessible. We can have online sessions for treatment or rehab. We can book you a face to face session in the clinic. Thirdly, I can arrange to come and see you at home, following all of the government guidelines.
Whatever makes you feel safest or is easiest, I look forward to getting you better and helping us all get through the next few months.
On a personal note, I want to thank you all for your continued support and loyalty. Over this lockdown and the last, many of you were in touch to ask how I was doing and I also got to hear your own news and how things have been for you. I know that many of you have had a tough time of it and I feel very grateful that I was still able to offer some support, even though we weren’t able to meet face to face.
I’m looking forward to seeing you all again soon.
P.s. I know that many of you have heard about my puppy so I thought I would share a little photo of him enjoying life. He’s a great reminder to me to slow down the pace a bit and appreciate the beauty and fun all around us, which I would say is always a good thing to remember.