In line with government guidelines, The Isbourne is continuing to run classes and workshops online until the end of July at the earliest.
As businesses are able to reopen from 1st June with social distancing measures in place, The Isbourne Centre will be opening its doors to individual therapists and their clients who are able to work one-to-one. The centre has implemented a full range of health and safety measures to make sure we are up to code.
If you had booked onto an event that was due to take place in June and July that has now subsequently been cancelled, you are entitled to credit equaling the amount already paid that can be used against a future event or a full monetary refund.
We have made the decision to cancel all events, workshops, classes and courses in May. However, many of our tutors are beginning to develop their sessions for online use. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date as this develops.
We will continue to review the situation month by month in line with government guidelines.
We have now made the decision to cancel all events, workshops, classes and course in April. We will be reviewing the situation month by month in line with government guidelines.
We have made the difficult decision to cancel all events, workshops, classes and courses for the remainder of March. Therapists are still able to operate from The Isbourne building if they are required as key workers.
All Isbourne staff are now working from home with the exception of members of the admin team who are voluntarily working from the centre when it is suitable for them.
In light of recent events relating to the COVID-19 situation, we wish to reassure you that we consider the health of our staff and our clients of upmost importance. We are therefore following the latest advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and local authorities.
We take great pride in maintaining a high standard of cleanliness and hygiene and we will continue to maintain these standards during the present emergencies. The housekeeping staff are focusing particularly on high traffic areas and contact surfaces such as handrails, door handles, keyboards and light switches. Handwashing is by far the most effective way of preventing the spread of viruses and we will continue to encourage staff and clients to regularly wash their hands with either soap and water or hand sanitiser.
As a contingency plan, all our staff can work from home online, we remain committed to delivering a high standard of provision and appreciate your support and understanding.