We Want to Assure You

Updated May 12th, 2022

We Want to Assure You

During these times of transition, we want to assure you that maintenance of cleanliness and safety measures is of utmost importance at Wellness on Whyte.  Please read on for more details about what we are doing to keep you safe and comfortable.

Welcome to our Spacious Sanctuary

On a busy day, our clean, light, airy clinic works at less than 20% fire code occupancy.  We are grateful to be able to easily physically distance in our spacious Sanctuary!

Masks in our Sanctuary

We support “mask choice” in our clinic.  Our practitioners will greet all clients in a mask and ask the client if they prefer the staff member to continue to wear a mask during treatment.  If this alternative is not acceptable, please contact our clinic to discuss how we might accommodate you.

We sincerely appreciate your cooperation in making Wellness on Whyte a sanctuary built on kindness, safety, compassion, and comfort for everyone. Please email info@wellnessonwhyte.com with your comments.

Here are a few of the things we are doing to ensure the safety of our clients, practitioners, and staff

We are operating at 20% fire code occupancy

Masks can be worn by your practitioner upon request

Hand sanitizer is available for use throughout our clinic

We will ask you to complete a covid-19 health questionnaire upon check-in with our Wellness Coordinators.  Staff also complete this questionnaire at the start of their shift

Practitioners will continue to sanitize the treatment room in full between each client.  Our Wellness Coordinators will continue to sanitize common areas at regular intervals

We wash and dry our linens on the highest heat and add our famous “I am Immune” essential oil blend to our dryer cycle

Water is not served at this time, please bring your own water bottle

Staff and clients who show symptoms of illness are asked to not come in to the clinic

We look forward to keeping you safe in our Sanctuary!
See you soon.

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