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. Throughout the pandemic we have followed instructions from the Governor's office and best practices from the CDC to maintain public health.
Classes were held successfully in person in 2020/2021 with proper distancing and extra sanitation. As the pandemic eases in the United States and more people are vaccinated we will continue to err on the side of caution moving into classes this fall.
This fall 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 8 students in the class.
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)
Thank you for your understanding and support.
Philip Payne, LMT
General Manager, Tree of Life Day Spa & Salon NaturELLES
Director, Acadia School of Massage