Cancellation Policy

At Bloom Wellness we understand that unanticipated events happen occasionally in everyone’s life. Business meetings, project deadlines, flight delays, car problems, snowstorms, and illness are just a few of the reasons why one might consider canceling an appointment. In our desire to be effective and fair to all of our clients, and out of consideration for our therapists’ time, we have adopted the following policies:

  • In most cases, a 24-hour advance notice is required when canceling an individual appointment. Group appointments, chronic injury treatments and multiple service sessions require 48-hour advance notice. This allows the opportunity for someone else to avail themselves of our services.
  • If you are unable to give us the minimum 24-hours (or 48-hours) advance notice, and we are unable to fill your time slot, you will be charged the full amount of what would have been your treatment fee (this includes delayed or cancelled flights). At our discretion this charge will be either automatically deducted from the outstanding balance of an existing “value plan” or gift certificate; otherwise, it must be paid in full prior to your next treatment.
  • On the other hand, if we are able to fill “your” time slot with somebody else, you will not be charged for that missed appointment.
  • We offer no refunds on services or purchases.

No Shows

Anyone who either forgets or consciously chooses to forgo their appointment for whatever reason will be considered a “no-show”. They will be charged for their “missed” appointment, and future service will be denied until payment is made.

Out of respect and consideration to your therapist and other customers: Please plan accordingly in order to be on time.

Arriving Late

If you are not present for your scheduled session during the first 15 minutes (unless having telephoned us you might be late), it will be construed by us that you are a “no-show”, and that reserved time slot will automatically terminated.

Upon a late arrival, the therapist will then determine if there is enough time remaining to render a treatment. Regardless of the length of the treatment actually given after a tardy arrival, you will be responsible for the “full” session in payment.