In accordance with Government guidelines, customers are no longer required to complete a Covid screening form before their appointment.
New update : 19 June 2021
Because of our growing number of customers, and, in order to provide a good service for existing customers, there is a really long wait for appointments for new customers; slots won't be available until October.
However, you can still book in advance if you'd like to. We’re really sorry to have to do this as we love welcoming new faces and helping to improve the quality of people’s lives but we hope you understand.
Getting ready for reopening, 26th April
We’ve managed to reschedule all those cancellations, and we’re now ready to book new appointments. Our diary is filling fast so try to book in advance if you can.
It’ll be so great to see everyone again.
17 March '21
It looks like that we have our indicative reopening date on the 26th April!
Initially, we'll be in touch with our old customers who've had their bookings cancelled (because of the December 26th lockdown) to rearrange their appointments.
After that we'll let new customers and people with vouchers know that our bookings diary is open for arranging appointments.
Latest update: 17 February 2021
Lockdown restrictions are still in place. We don't as yet have a date for re-opening.
Any changes which affect Thamma will be posted here.
For those who have an affected appointment through this lockdown
we will get in touch with you to rearrange appointments once we know the exact reopening date.
From Wed 22nd July 2020
We have extra measures to observe social distancing and safety protocol. We kindly ask all customers to observe our guidelines before making an appointment.
On 15 July 2020
We are still closed.
We want to clarify our current situation as there seems to be some confusion as to whether Thai massage therapists can reopen or not. According to Professor Jason Leitch, the Scottish Government’s National Clinical Director, our government is still looking at clinical evidence relating to the risk of spreading Covid-19 through close contact professions and have yet to make a decision about when we can open. This, we think, is a sensible approach and is underpinned by science.
We support all measures that protect the public from the spread of this virus. Therefore, although we are frustrated by the situation - we know how many of our customers are in need of our help, - we believe that Scottish government ministers are closely considering the matter and looking for a way that remedial therapists can get back to work as soon as possible.
We hope our customers find this information useful and of some reassurance.