Following recent changes in the law, it is important to state the following…

From 30 November 2021 it became mandatory to wear face coverings in certain indoor settings including retail and “premises providing personal care”.
The Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy have confirmed this applies to complementary healthcare practitioners and their clients.  Since the move to Step 4 of the Government’s Roadmap out of lockdown on 19 July 2021, all CNHC registrants have been advised to continue to wear a type II face mask where 2 metres social distancing cannot be maintained when treating a client.

Thankfully, because I have a large therapy room, social distancing can and will be maintained.

It goes without saying that I will always respect a clients wishes if they consider themselves to be exempt.
I already observe strict cleansing and safety procedures, both within the toilet area and the therapy room, but if you have any questions of concerns then please contact me.