Renew Massage Studio mourns with the rest of our community for the lives we’ve lost in the COVID-19 pandemic. They were our family members, our friends, and our neighbors and we wish they were all still with us today.
We are taking COVID-19 precautions and safety protocols very seriously and are following all local, state and federal guidelines. Here is a list of the changes we’ve made to keep our clients, staff, space, and community safe:
Everyone must wear a mask at all times (even while on the massage table). No exceptions.
Everyone who enters the building will have their temperature checked with a no-touch infrared thermometer, and must sign a waiver form.
Hand sanitizer available upon entry and in every room.
Limited use of our lobby. This means that we might require clients to wait outside or in their vehicles until their therapist is ready to start the appointment.
We are no longer offering Couples Massages.
We will be staggering the start times of appointments to limit interactions between our clients as well as increasing the time between clients to give us more time to deep-clean the rooms.
We have added extra cleaning protocols to all of our areas to ensure they will be thoroughly disinfected and cleaned between every session and client.
We are paying for a professional linen service to clean and sanitize all linen used in the studio.
We have added air purifiers to all rooms in the building. These purifiers use both HEPA filters and UV-C light to get rid of airborne pathogens and microorganisms like mold, bacteria, and viruses.
We are also taking temperature checks for our staff, and have a strict “no sickness in the office” policy for our clients and staff.
In the event your therapist is not available, we will do our best to find coverage for your appointment and will reach out to you as soon as possible to discuss switching therapists or postponing if coverage can not be found.
We want to thank everyone for all they’ve done to slow the spread of this disease and for your patience, courage, kindness, and understanding as we navigate this new territory. We also appreciate your flexibility as we implement these new changes. As always, we ask that anyone who is feeling ill or exhibiting symptoms of an illness to remain at home and reschedule their appointment.