We are a " Mendocino Safe" Business


Please review the following information carefully before scheduling your return visit, so you will know what to expect:

 Here is what I will do to keep your safety up:

  • Patient numbers will be limitedOnline Booking or booking in clinic only. (Watch my video on how to book here or below)
  • Walk -ins only if slots are available. Please plan accordingly.
  • Online Waitlist is available. 12 hour Cancelation policy will be enforced.
  • Treatment length will be limited to 45 minutes
  • All conversations will be brief.
  • Fever will be measured with a no-touch fever thermometer before you enter the space.
  • I will offer LIGHT PATCHES as after care to reduce number of your visits or as an alternative remote treatment optionWatch this video on how they work:
  • Everyone must wear a mask. 
  • Chair and table coverings will be changed after every patient. (If you can, bring your own sheet and blanket to help me with laundry piles)
  • I will offer separate sessions for seniors and high risk patients or family groups if need arises. ( please contact me for that via email. (
  • No touch payment available. (prepay while booking online, check, cash, venmo, paypal and credit card available). No more envelopes.
  • No guest(s) in waiting area anymore.
  • 6 foot social distance between chairs and tables will strictly be maintained.
  • Clean air: As it has been shown that warmth and moist air kills the virus, a warm mist humidifier with natural essential oils will help keep the air clean during all hoursAir filter will run all hours as well. Clinic will be aired out regularly.
  • I will clean common surfaces and bathroom regularly.

Here is what I ask YOU to do:

  • Please Book online. There will be walk-ins only if a slot is avaiable.
  • Please cancel when you cannot make it to give someone else the opportunity to come in.( Watch booking video here or below)
  • Please do not come in for treatment when you experience flu-like symptoms, cough, Shortness of breath , fever and sneezing.
  • Please wait to be seated in front of the clinic door. 
  • Do not enter before your temperature has been read by me outside.
  • I request that ALL patients wear masks. Bought or home-made is fine. I will see masks at 2$/ if you do not have one.
  • Respect the 6 foot distance between yourself and other patients.
  • Do not bring family or guests.
  • If you can bring your own fresh sheet and warm blanket, that'll be awesome!
  • Be brief in explaining your symptoms.
  • Pre-write checks or put cash in an own envelope before treatment.


Stepping into the unknown
There are so many unknowns and so few absolutes, so try to get comfortable accepting some calculated risks, otherwise you might be isolating yourself for a vey long time. Make rules that make you feel safe and figure out how you can be in public and interact with people without fear.
COVID 19  is very contagious, but not as contagious as Measles, Mumps, or even certain strains of pandemic Influenza. And COVID-19 is not going away anytime soon. It may stay with us for a year or more. 

Here's my point of view, not judging yours:


  • Dial down the anxiety. One step at time. Don't overthink it! You don't have to return to normal from one day to the next. Take it slowly. Make your own comfort rules and stick to them.
  • Dial down the obsessiveness. Do not go crazy sanitizing all items that enter your house from outside,You need a certain amount of viral load for an infection to take root. Good hand washing after handling products/ produce is a very good alternative to the exhausting procedures of wiping down everything from door knobs, toilet handles and surfaces every hour. The main source of the coronavirus's spread, the CDC agency says, is through respiratory droplets from an infected person who coughs, sneezes or talks in close proximity to someone else.  "COVID-19 spreads mainly through close contact from person to person," CDC spokesman Benjamin Haynes said. "While it may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose or possibly their eyes, this is not thought to be the main way the virus spreads."

  • Don't stress over very low risk encounters- the jogger that passes you too close, the rude person bumping into you at the store....if they didn't cough or sneeze in your face (one reason we wear cloth masks in public) you should be fine.
  • Practice Common sense. Infections are ver rare in the outdoors or after a brief encounter (unless someone coughs or sneezes into your face) Infections are more likely in small spaces, in poor ventilation and among many people.
  • Time matters. Avoid staying in public spaces/ places for extended periods of time. Limit your exposure by being brief in all your errands.
  • People over 60-70 years old and older should continue to be very vigilant about limiting exposures if they can. However, not seeing family doesn't make your emotional health better either.mingle with caution. 
  • People with some chronic diseases like heart disease and COPD have increased risk. Stay vigilant as well.
  • Keep up Social distancing, not touching your face, and washing/sanitizing your hands. They are the key prevention interventions and are vastly more important than anything else you do.
  • Wear a fabric mask in crowded public place like a grocery store or public transportation.
  • Be a good citizen. If you think you might be sick, stay home. If you are going to cough or sneeze, turn away from people, block it, and sanitize your hands immediately after.
  • Be kind, don't judge. Support and spread love. Everyone is triggered in different ways and does their best and deserves respect.


 with much Love and gratitude,