BodyCraft Therapeutics

NEW Covid-19 Clinic Protocol

Please Review Protocol and Prepare for your Appointment!

Covid-19 Clinic Policy is necessary to protect both clients and practitioners in a close therapeutic environment. This directive comes from The Massage Therapist Association of Alberta in conjunction with provincial health advisory.

  • If you are sick with any of the Covid-19 symptoms, have been in close contact with someone who is sick with any of these symptoms, or has or may have pending Covid-19 test results, please call me to discuss details.  You might need to cancel and not come to this appointment. Symptoms may include:  Fever, cough, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, runny nose, headache, achy joints, pink eye, diarrhea.
  • A Covid-19 SCREENING FORM and WAIVER will be e-mailed the day before your appointment. 
  • Please contact me if you have any questions about your forms or your appointment expectations.
  • The Covid-19 SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE Form must be completed, signed and submitted back to the clinic the day before your appointment (approx 24 hours). This reduces office touch points and optimizes your treatment time.
  • Please do not arrive more than about 5-7 minutes early as the waiting room is closed.
  • Sanitizing protocol must be completed before you may enter.  If you arrive too early, it may be a few minutes before I am able to welcome you inside.
  • Restrooms are outside the suite in the hallway. Washrooms are now locked, so you will need my key. Overhead bright lights may be off in my area if not needed by anyone else.
  • Please bring your own fabric or disposable mask to wear while in the clinic and during treatment. If you do not have one, or forget your mask, a disposable mask will be available for $2.00.
  • A mask is required to cover your nose and mouth for the duration of your visit, and position options (seated, side lying, face up) are an option for your comfort.
  • Enjoy some relaxation time after your appointment! Self care is important!


 Public health advisory still requires that we remain cautious, stay home if sick, wash hands often, avoid touching faces, practice physical distancing, and if distance cannot be maintained, then a mask is appropriate.