• Nafisa Therapy is a sole trade company.  There will only be one client and therapist in the Garden Room at one time.
  • Clients with symptoms of COVID-19 will be asked to defer their appointment for a further two weeks.
  •  Please attend alone (unless you need a chaperone).
  • Sufficient time gaps are currently being practiced so clients to minimise contact. A toilet is available to clients and is sanitized  before and after use.
  • Nafisa Therapy has completed training in Control of Cross-infection in a Post-COVID-19 World with Jennifer Young – Training School.

Please arrive on time for your appointment, not unduly early (ring the bell and wait outside) , thereby ensuring adequate distancing and reducing the risk of patient-to-patient contact transmission.

Please pay before your appointment or by contactless when you get to the practice.’  Cash can be taken as a last circumstance.

Please do not book with Nafisa Therapy in the following circumstances:

  • If you have developed any of the following symptoms: new cough, temperature, loss of sense of smell or taste,
  • If you have received a letter from the Government putting you in a vulnerable group.
  • If you have to self-isolate or quarantine in line with travel restrictions, being in contact with someone who has tested positive or contacted by the track, trace and isolate team with the last 14 days.

Please call  if you want to discuss any concerns before you come in.  Your appointment can be rearranged in these extreme circumstances.

Extra cleaning procedures

  • Between clients the couch is stripped and cleaned, all door handles and any areas touched by the client and therapist are all sanitised.
  • The rubbish from the bin is emptied.
  • The room is ventilated in between clients.
  • Fresh sheets are used as standard for each client.

Contact Tracing

A Unique QR Code can can scanned on your phone if you have the Track and Trace App.  This is voluntary but it is encouraged by the government.  Nafisa Therapy is obliged to keep your contact details for 21 days by law.