COVID-19

Be Fluid Bodywork and the Pandemic

The office is open, and Patricia is fully vaccinated. The most noticeable change since re-opening last fall is that we’ll both be wearing masks throughout your office visit and the indoor lobby is still closed, for now.

Clients have been coming to sessions fully masked for a year now and few have strong complaints about wearing masks during sessions. Concerned about staying comfortable while wearing a mask during a bodywork session? Click here for tips or contact Patricia before your session to discuss your needs. 

New Consent Form

Before your appointment, please review the Be Fluid Bodywork COVID-19 Safety Plan, print and complete the new consent form and bring it with you to your in-office visit. Click the link buttons below to review the safety plan and print your consent form.  

REVIEW SAFETY PLAN HERE

PRINT REQUIRED CONSENT FORM HERE

We Got This

The pandemic requires us to work collectively to support the health and safety of the community in extraordinary ways. At this stage, each of you are to be celebrated for your stamina with keeping up with changing guidelines and finding ways to balance support for your own health and that of the larger community. 

You receive bodywork and engage in other healthful activities to increase your recovery time and build your resilience. Sometimes the uncertainty of going back and forth with these pandemic rules can be frustrating and make us question our ability to be flexible and recover from setbacks. Trust your resilience—and the resilience of our entire community—to even out the peaks and valleys as we ride this pandemic wave. Together, we can do this.

Massage and Bodywork during a Pandemic

Be Fluid Bodywork’s Safety Plan and pandemic practices rely on a “multiple barrier approach” to reduce exposure and transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Simply put, people are safer when multiple barriers separate them from the virus. As we’ve learned with vaccination, no one barrier is perfectly effective. But, taken together the barriers work quite well.

Generally, barriers include:

  • Vaccination
  • Face Coverings 
  • Standard Precautions
  • Planning and Communication
  • Air Filtration
  • Office policies and procedures

All clients visiting the office will be asked to understand and consent to receive massage and/or bodywork under the polices and practices described in the Safety Plan. Be Fluid Bodywork is actively updating and managing the plan as new information or updated guidelines become available.

 

READ FULL SAFETY PLAN HERE

DOWNLOAD REQUIRED CONSENT FORM HERE

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