Back to work for post Covid19 closure, for a little less than 2 weeks, and feeling grateful and thankful to those I have the honour to provide sessions to. I am very lucky! Each of you have been thoughtful and patient as together we navigate the required changes in safety and sanitation. It's made all of it so much easier.
Honestly I don't think any of us enjoys wearing them, but it does add a layer of safety for you and for me. I appreciate that almost all of you have been willing and able to wear one into the clinic and while lying face up. It's an exceptional gift you give in doing that. Let me explain...
In my practice I have clients who are not as healthy, and deal with comorbidities that put them at a higher risk for complications, should they be infected with COVID19. When you wear a mask to help keep me safe I have a greater opportunity, along with the other steps that I take, in keeping them safer from infection. That is a gift.
I have a family member that is in long term care and I hope one day to be able to see him again, sooner, rather than later. Your wearing a mask cuts the risk to passing germs on and helps me to move into a position where I may be able to safely visit him. Thank you for that gift. I miss him terribly.
Waiting for your Appointment Date
Your patience has been really appreciated! Because of all of the extra cleaning and disinfecting between each client I am seeing one less client a day. This has meant a delay in when you can come in for a session and I know that some of you have been really hurting during the wait.
Grateful & Blessed
I have certainly missed working with you! My heartfelt gratitude for your patience and understanding. It's been such a pleasure to see each of you these past few weeks, and be able to help work out some of the kinks that have built up in your muscles these past few months. We both know it's going to take more than one session but together we'll get those muscles relaxed and working well! Thank you for trusting me to have the skills to help.
(oh...And the Covid isolation stories, thank you for sharing them! The good, the bad, the painful and the funny ones. It seems we all experienced changes, on different levels, that contributed to our growth and resilience.)