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Esthetician services expand for local business in orange tier

“My spots are filling up nice and quick,” said Ashley Dahlem, owner at Inner Rhythm Massage and Skincare.At Inner Rhythm Massage and Skincare in Monterey, owner Ashley Dahlem says she’s now offering all services, from prenatal massages to full body waxing. Dahlem will be leaving a 30-minute gap in-between appointments. During that time Dahlem will sanitize the services and allow the treatment room to air out. When Monterey County was in the purple tier, Dahlem could only offer services to those with a doctors note. “Clients are really happy to get that touch that they have been missing throughout the pandemic,” Dahlem said. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday things are starting to look up. The governor said Californians could soon be seeing business fully reopening with safety precautions in place. Newsom said, “With the expectation of an abundance of doses coming in from the federal government by the end of this month and May, we can confidently say that by June 15 we can start to open up as business as usual, subject to ongoing mask usage and ongoing vigilance.” Dahlem is implementing a pre-screening COVID-19 questionnaire before all services, along with offering clients the option to choose contactless pay. Now at Inner Rhythm, it’s about building the clientele back up from those that stopped coming in because of the pandemic. Dahlem said she is starting to see clients more comfortable coming back to her as vaccines ramp up.

“My spots are filling up nice and quick,” said Ashley Dahlem, owner at Inner Rhythm Massage and Skincare.

At Inner Rhythm Massage and Skincare in Monterey, owner Ashley Dahlem says she’s now offering all services, from prenatal massages to full body waxing.

Dahlem will be leaving a 30-minute gap in-between appointments. During that time Dahlem will sanitize the services and allow the treatment room to air out.

When Monterey County was in the purple tier, Dahlem could only offer services to those with a doctors note.

“Clients are really happy to get that touch that they have been missing throughout the pandemic,” Dahlem said.

Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday things are starting to look up.

The governor said Californians could soon be seeing business fully reopening with safety precautions in place.

Newsom said, “With the expectation of an abundance of doses coming in from the federal government by the end of this month and May, we can confidently say that by June 15 we can start to open up as business as usual, subject to ongoing mask usage and ongoing vigilance.”

Dahlem is implementing a pre-screening COVID-19 questionnaire before all services, along with offering clients the option to choose contactless pay.

Now at Inner Rhythm, it’s about building the clientele back up from those that stopped coming in because of the pandemic. Dahlem said she is starting to see clients more comfortable coming back to her as vaccines ramp up.

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