I’ve been to many massage therapists and believe me she is good only 1 visit and I’m already feeling better 🙂
Wow it’s been a long time since I sent an email out.
It’s that time of year again!
With the summer behind us and autumn at our toes, it’s that time of year again when people start looking at their calendars and thinking, “Crap! My benefits are going to run out of it I don’t use them!” In a hustle strangers book up all the available spaces in a RMTs calendar, leaving our current patients with few options and little time. I’m already beginning to see the trend of new people booking in, and one-by-one I’ve been trying to give you all the same recommendation as I see you: if you hope to get in anytime before the new year please book your desired appointment times well in advance in order to secure you space. You are welcome to cancel your appointment at any time up until 24 hours prior to your appointment. I would much rather you did that, than not get in at all, when you need it.
It’s Also Bug Season
As the weather cools and kids get back to school, viruses seem to run amuck. I’m usually pretty resistant to these things, but having already been hit with a nasty head cold this year, I’d like to take this time to remind you that if you are feeling under the weather I would prefer it that you cancel your appointment with late notice over coming in and sharing any germs you may have, with me and other patients.
Early Notice of 2019 Rate Increase
In order to meet the growing costs associated with maintaining RMT registration and insurance, post-graduate education, as well as ongoing clinic maintenance, as of January 1, 2019 my clinic fees will increase to: