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COVID-19: Click to learn about our safety procedures.

Updated: Feb 18, 2022

Hello everyone!

I hope this finds you and your family in good health. While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: my commitment to your safety and health.

By its very nature, massage and bodywork requires skin-to-skin contact and you should be familiar with the fact that infection control has always been a top priority for my practice. As we navigate life with additional requirements and modify existing measures due to the coronavirus, please help me to support all of my clients by cooperating with some new requirements.

My practice follows Practice Guidelines recommended by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB), along with infection control recommendations made by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

You may see some changes when it is time for your next appointment. I made these changes to help protect my clients and myself. For example:

  • I will communicate with you beforehand to obtain updates to your health information and ask you specifically about your potential exposure to COVID-19.

  • When you arrive at my place, I’ll ask that you wait in your vehicle until I message you or call you to come in. This ensures that I don’t have too many people in the waiting area at one time.

  • I will greet you at the door and guide you to the private room.

  • I’ll ask you if you have developed any symptoms of illness since we spoke on the phone. If you feel ill on the day of your session, there is no penalty for canceling your appointment. Massage is not advised if you have any symptoms of illness.

  • Please bring a face mask to use while you are in the building, and during your massage.

  • I will ask you to sign an informed consent form that states, “I understand that close contact with people increases the risk of infection from COVID-19. By signing this form, I acknowledge that I am aware of the risks involved and give consent to receive massage from this licensed massage therapist.”

  • There is a hand-hygiene station that I will ask you to use when you enter my place. You will also find hand sanitizer in the waiting area and my private practice room for you to use as needed.

  • All linens/sheets are new, sanitized and one time use as always and will be disposed afterward.

  • I am fully vaccinated.

  • As of now, the good part, we travel to your place so you can relax and don't have to deal with traffic leaving you relax at the comfort of your place.

I look forward to seeing you again and am happy to answer any questions you may have about the steps I take to keep you, and every client, safe in my practice. To make an appointment, simply visit

Thank you for being my client. I value your trust and loyalty and look forward to welcoming you back to a safe, therapeutic touch environment.


Ramer Daco



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