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Rates vary based on type and length of treatment. Please contact us to discuss your treatment requirements.
We require 36-hour notice for all cancellations. In the event of cancellation after the 36 hour policy, payment for the missed appointment will be due.
Please be on time for your appointment. Late arrivals will be charged based on the time originally scheduled and we may not be able to extend your appointment due to other scheduled clients.
Clients under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
We request that you give at least 48 hours notice if you need to cancel your appointment. This time is reserved exclusively for you, and we would like to be able to fill it if you cannot make it to your appointment.
•The first treatment must be pre-paid.
•Pre-payments are lost if the client fails to show, cancels or reschedules less than 36 hours prior to appointment time.
•Pre-payments expire after 30 days. Fees/payments are non-transferable and non-refundable.
•Any cancellations or last-minute rescheduling made after 36 hrs will require a 50% payment of scheduled services.
•Same day cancellations or no showing will require a 100% payment of scheduled services.
One person per appointment. The office does not have a lobby and we can only accommodate for the person having treatment. Please do not bring friends, family or children with you, as it will be distracting, and we want to make sure you have our full attention. Do not bring animals, either.
*Upon scheduling you agree to these terms.
Payment is due at time of treatment. We accept cash and credit/debit cards.
Please note there is a small processing fee for cards.
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