As our thoughts turn to the people we are grateful to have in our lives, we want to thank you for your kindness and support. We greatly appreciate your patience as we get our new booking software up and running. I think we've gotten most of the kinks worked out, but I'm sure we'll find more as we go along.
With the new software, we've made a few changes here and there. F'rex, we've taken a couple of the upgrade options off of online booking until we figure out how best to integrate them with the new software's capabilities. We've added some new services, including cranial-sacral and lymphatic drainage massage, and have revamped our 30-day "Use It or Lose It" series to reflect a greater emphasis on orthopedic and rehabilitative work.
One of the biggest changes we've made (and, indeed, the major reason behind making the switch) is that we now have online intake forms. These forms are much more detailed than the previous paper ones we used, so yes, even if you are already a client, you will need to fill one out. If you cannot do so before your session, then please arrive early so we can have you do so on site.
Call me idealistic and gooshy, but I love Valentine's day. In a world that is often so desolate and bitter, I adore that we have a holiday dedicated to love. Love for one's partner(s), friends, children, pets, self . . . it's all good. I get a kick out of planning a little something different each year for our Valentine's day services, and this year is no exception.
So, without further ado, I present not one but TWO different Valentine's day offerings--not that a straightforward massage ain't a bad gift by half, but like I said, I'm kind of a sappy romantic at heart. Gift certificates are available for these as well!
The first option is what I have nicknamed "The Golden Rule treatment": treat yourself (or your loved ones) the way you would want to be treated. That is, if you would like a 75-minute massage with a mini hot stone treatment, aromatherapy, hot towels, extended rest session, and complimentary gift bag. (And really, who wouldn't?) This service is available February 10-20 and can be scheduled for an individual or a deux.
As an extra wee plug, I've also discovered that the Routt County Humane Society is offering half-priced adoptions now through February 14th. So if you feel the need for some extra furry love, now is a great time to bring home a shelter pet. (Even if you can't adopt but want to help out, you can download an app called "Walk for a Dog" that will help provide donations to your shelter of choice.)
So, with that, I'mma do some cleaning out in the living room in preparation for a home visit that may or may not have anything to do with the above paragraph. We'll see how things go.