At Acadia School of Massage and Tree of Life Day Spa, your safety and the safety of our students, staff, family and community is paramount. Following instructions from the Governor's office, we are closed to the public until at least April 8, 2020. 

Classes have moved online at this time with dedicated instructors working one on one with students to insure they continue to receive an exceptional education during these unprecedented times.

Once we reopen to the public, we will continue to take extra precautions to make sure we have a healthy environment for you to study, practice and relax in. These include, but are not limited to:

  • No more than 9 people on the premises at one time.

  • Extra cleaning of all surfaces between clients on top of our usual housekeeping schedule.

  • Rigorous adherence to CDC recommended hygiene practices by staff and clientele

  • Require clients and staff to complete a self-assessment prior to your treatment that asks if you have:

    • Fever (greater than 100.4F/38.4C), cough or shortness of breath

    • Signs or symptoms or flu-like illness (as defined by the CDC)

    • * Been in close contact with a person who has been diagnosis with COVID-19 or has traveled or you have traveled to a CDC or WHO infected area within the past 14 days.

*close contact means personal interaction with people who are within 6 feet for about 30 minutes or more.

While we are working hard to have a safe facility and offer you the best services possible, we understand that some people will still not be comfortable being in close proximity with a therapist. Therefore, if you need to reschedule your appointment for any reason there will be no charge at this time. Please call (207) 288-5551 to make new arrangements.

Thank you for your understanding and support. We are looking forward to working with you and hope you will have a relaxing and rejuvenating visit!


Philip Payne, LMT

Spa Manager, Tree of Life Day Spa

Director, Acadia School of Massage

Best Practices for All to Stay Healthy (from the CDC)

  • Stay home when you are sick, especially with flu-like symptoms.

  • Wash your hands frequently with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds.

  • Regularly apply hand sanitizer when washing your hands isn't an option.

  • Cover your mouth with tissues when you sneeze, and discard used tissues in the trash.

  • Avoid touching your face (eyes, nose and mouth).

  • Avoid hugging, kissing and handshakes whenever possible.

  • Do not gather in groups of 10 or more.

  • Clean frequently touched surfaces.