Working safely during the Covid-19 outbreak

Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, I have been able to successfully work with clients virtually, which has been surprisingly successful, however, I appreciate that some people may not find this practical or are just not comfortable working in this way.

As of early July, I am now able to offer face to face appointments again. I have followed government guidelines and risk assessed my therapy room and working practices and I am excited to be opening the door again!

I have a purpose-built studio in my garden (see gallery) which has been designed specifically to comply with government Covid-19 guidelines. The two seats are positioned more than 2 metres apart with a sliding door positioned in between which allows for plenty of ventilation and air movement. 

You will be able to enter the therapy room without having to come into contact with any door handle or surface, as access is direct from outside, where I will meet you on arrival and lead you to my studio. Face masks can be worn and hand sanitiser is available in the room.