COVID19 Policy, Procedure & Protocol Statement

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Sacral Soul is taking every precaution to ensure that we are staying safe during these interesting times of COVID19! We are very actively following the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Click here for the most current and up to date information regarding cleaning policies and procedures.  As of May 13, 2021, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention has issued updated public health recommendations for individuals fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including guidelines regarding the use of face coverings, physical distancing and other mitigation practices.

Since Sacral Soul has reopened for in-person appointments, maintaining high sanitation standards is critical for both reducing the spread of communicable diseases that may appear in the future and ensuring peace of mind for the Beautiful Souls that we Serve. We are utilizing the following protocol and procedures to further ensure the safety of the Beautiful Souls that we have the pleasure to Serve.

During Treatment and Services

For the safety of both the Beautiful Souls we Serve  and staff, we may adhere to some or all of the following guidelines before, during and after services to reduce exposure to germs and minimize the spread of communicable diseases.

  • Follow the local, state and national regulations and guidelines that are applicable, including those related to occupancy levels, social distancing and other measures intended to reduce the spread of viruses

  • Ask that you stay home if you are sick or are exhibiting symptoms of illness such as a fever or persistent cough

  • Greet Beautiful Souls with a no-touch welcome ritual or greeting instead of a handshake

  • Wash hands for 30 seconds with soap and warm water prior to treatment, and verbally notify guest that hands have been washed; if washing hands is especially impractical, 

  • Use hand sanitizer

  • Encourage Beautiful Souls to wash hands prior to treatment; if washing hands is impractical or guest would prefer, provide hand sanitizer

  • As much as possible, service providers should refrain from touching their own faces during services

  • Ask that Beautiful Souls and staff wear mask made with breathable fabric, completely cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of the face (no gaps)

Cleaning Protocol and Procedures 

Treatment Rooms and Service Areas

  • Hard Surfaces (not including electronics)

  • Wearing disposable gloves to clean and disinfect

  • Collecting cleaning materials and make sure the area you are disinfecting is well-ventilated

  • Using an EPA-registered disinfectant (and following the instructions on the label) to clean

  • and disinfect high touch surfaces, including tables, doorknobs, light switches, lockers, countertops, retail shelves, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, faucets and sinks, chairs, stools, trolleys, vanities, storage containers, etc.

  • Soft Surfaces—Including Carpeted Floors, Rugs, Furniture and Drapes

  • Cleaning the surface with soap and water or with cleaners appropriate for use on those surfaces

  • Launder items (if possible) according to the manufacturer’s instructions, using the warmest appropriate water setting and drying items completely

  • Using a spray cleaner: spray into a soft, lint-free cloth and wipe frame and hard surfaces, reapplying cleaner as needed; do not spray equipment directly

  • Drying surfaces completely

  • Ensuring excess cleaning fluid does not come into contact with tools, surfaces, etc.

  • Using a Germicidal Ultraviolet (GUV), or Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) when and where appropriate to disinfect 

For electronics such as tablets, touch screens, monitors and remote controls 

Following the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning and disinfecting

Applying disinfectant to a soft, lint free cloth and wipe down a single lock to test the

solution; allow lock to dry completely

For tools and instruments

Always follow the laws and regulations governing service providers and their tools and implements

  • Cleaning  and disinfecting all tools 

  • Rinsing tools with clean water and allowing them to air dry 

  • Fully immersing tools in an approved disinfectant for at least eight to ten minutes

  • Storing tools in an appropriate close and disinfected container

  • Using a Germicidal Ultraviolet (GUV), or Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) when and where appropriate to disinfect 

For steam stool 

  • Proper ventilation is crucial for keeping airborne bacteria away from steam stool to prevent the growth and spread of mold, fungus or bacteria. 

  • Wearing disposable gloves, inhalation masks and protective eyewear or full-face visors to clean and disinfect steam stool

  • Using medical grade cleaning products or a solution with at least 80 percent isopropyl alcohol to disinfect

  • all surfaces

  • Allowing surface of steam stool to air dry completely between uses

  • Utilization of paper seats to add additional layers of protection

  • Using a Germicidal Ultraviolet (GUV), or Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) when and where appropriate to disinfect 

Please continue to check back frequently as our policies, procedures and protocol may change based on federal, state and/or local regulations and guidelines.