Thank you for your booking, I am looking forward to helping you!
You will have just received your Zoom link for our first appointment, keep it safe! Please read the following carefully and follow the instructions.
1. Confirm With Payment
To secure your booking, I ask for full payment in advance to be paid by bank transfer within 24 hours of making your appointment. Failure to make payment will result in the appointment being released. I appreciate at least 48 hours’ notice if you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, so that I may offer it to someone else. I reserve the right to charge up to 50% if you do cancel with less than 48 hours’ notice.
Bank details are:
Mrs Emma Armes
Sort Code 82-60-25
Account number: 20119508
Please use your first appointment date and initials as the reference.
(Some banks such as NatWest and Nationwide, have an issue with the account settings and may query the transaction, but please be assured it is a genuine account.)
If you are outwith the UK please email me for my PayPal link.
2. Confirm Your Information
Please complete Client Record form within the next 24 hours. As this will enable me to review and ensure that I am able to assist you properly during our appointment. You can complete it online or print it off and scan a copy back to myself at email@example.com.
3. For those who require two sessions
If you have registered for a two session programme, please book your second appointment now using this link:
https://calendly.com/emmaarmes/two-hour-second-session For the best results please leave at least a week between your appointments.
Terms and Conditions
Full booking terms and conditions are on my website here: https://www.emmaarmes.com/terms/ Please read these and make sure you are happy with them, as payment will confirm your acceptance of all terms and conditions.
Disclaimer – You understand that the key to a successful outcome is you and you appreciate your part in the process. You agree to make all the necessary changes to achieve your goal. Following these sessions, if you wish to make any changes to your medication then you will consult your GP.
You accept full responsibility for turning your pain/symptoms off and will take note of any new pain/symptoms if they arise and seek medical attention if required. These appointments do not take the place of medical advice or assistance. Results can vary, and as such, success cannot be guaranteed.
Feel free to email me if you have any other questions. Thanks again!