COVID-19 has forced all of us to be mindful of our impact on others. Regardless of how any one of us feels about the pandemic and how it is spread, businesses such as Fluidly Moving Body Works must implement stricter cleaning/sanitizing protocols and adhere to Vermont's mask and social distancing guidelines. It is a new world we are living in! To be respectful of each other, I ask that you follow the guidelines below so that Fluidly Moving Body Works can remain open for business even with some restrictions and additional cleaning policies.
- The entrance doors to the Montpelier site are currently locked. All persons arriving for services must schedule their time in advance. Anita will let you into the building 5 minutes prior to your appointment.
- All clients must wear a mask through the building and into the Fluidly Moving spaces. While exercising, masks are not required. Those receiving massage services, masks can be removed when facing down on the table but must be worn when facing up. Anita will wear her mask throughout all services.
- The Health Space is currently limited to 2 people. Please schedule your workout time directly with Anita by making a request by text at: 802-279-1678
- Be aware of surfaces that you touch and use the hand sanitizer available in the Health Space and Massage studios (Montpelier and Barre).
- UV-c lights are used between client use in all spaces to sanitize all spaces.
- Disinfection between clients and your usage of the disinfecting wipes to clean equipment in the health space after your usage will help maintain a safe space for yourself and others.
- Health space users must use the available wipes on all equipment used during your workout.
- Use the hand sanitizers available in each space as frequently as needed. (Do not use hand sanitizer on the equipment)
- If you have been travelling, please inform Anita before your scheduled arrival. Quarantine as necessary.
Thank you in advance for your conscientious effort to maintain a healthy environment. More than anything, we want to stay in good health so that we can continue using these spaces ongoing.