It's been so wonderful working again and such a joy to see your (masked) faces. I am truly blessed to share in your moments of suffering and success on your path to wellbeing.
This is just a quick note to let you know that I will be taking 3 weeks off for summer holidays.
My last day treating clients is Wednesday 23rd December 2020.
I return to work on Tuesday 19th January 2021.
Wishing you a peaceful, playful and safe summer time filled with merriness and love.
I am busily preparing things behind the scenes ready to see my first clients on Tuesday 3 November. I am so looking forward to seeing you!
I've written my CovidSafe Plan and I've been repainting the studio. I was lucky to be able to attend some Professional Development via Zoom during the break so I feel renewed in my practice.
I have quite liked having some time off. Lots of quiet, sewing and long walks. I feel refreshed and ready to get back to serving my dear clients. I have missed you!
Online bookings are now back up and running so please go ahead and book yourself in.
Yesterday we learnt about the roadmap out of restrictions that the State Government has developed. There are 5 steps that rely on case numbers reaching certain levels. We have not yet received clarity about where Health Services will fit into these steps. I would love to be able to resume practicing at the Second Step (28 Sept) but I think it will probably be the Third Step (26 Oct). I’m going to disable online bookings until I know for sure. I will update here just as soon as I have concrete information.
Until then take care.
I have just been updated by my Professional Association about my working status during Stage 4, The upshot is that I am unable to see clients at this time. I can treat via TeleHealth.
I know this is a difficult time for everyone and I thank you all for your patience and understanding. If you are in need of the urgent type of care listed above then please email me to discuss further, otherwise I will be available for sessions again hopefully in mid September.
Take care, we will get through this.
Big virtual hug, Meran.