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So when can massage therapists work again? While our partners and people living in our households might be able to do a half-decent job of loosening up muscle knots, it never quite compares to the professional treatment. On July 9, more measures were announced to further lift the lockdown and help the beauty and hospitality industries return to some normality.
This included swimming pools reopening again and more information provided for beauticians and business owners on when beauty salons would reopen. In the same announcement, the government revealed when spas would reopen and massages would be back on the table.
So when were massage therapists allowed reopen in the UK? And what can we expect when we walk through the door? In Scotland, the reopening date has been set for July 22, while both professionals and clients in Wales await to hear about whether they will be able to open again on July This means that now, massages are once again definitely allowed in England and by the end of the month, in Scotland as well. Book a massage today with Urban — massage, hair and beauty treatments at home, in-person or online.
In the same briefing given by Oliver Dowden, it was also confirmed that tanning studios, beauty salons and tattooists would be allowed to open again for business in England — providing that there were no treatments offered involving the face. This led to many in the industry pointing out the double standard given to hairdressers and barbers , as beard trimming was allowed to go ahead. This is expected to change in England from August 1 and all facial treatments — including those involving massage — will once again be allowed to take place.
If you fancy booking one, you can see all the best spa deals here. However beauty salons and spas had to remain closed. Like hairdressers and salons, places that offer massages and other spa treatments have been closed since March 23 when the UK went into lockdown. There was some backlash against this, with beauty professionals arguing that their salons should open along with hairdressers.