Please arrive on time to your scheduled appointment

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Cancellation Policy
Please arrive on time to your
scheduled appointment in order to
ensure a full session!
• You may cancel your appointment without charge any time before the close of
business on the business day preceding your appointment.
• Same day cancellations will be charged 50% of the scheduled service price.
• If you do not call to cancel your appointment or do not show up for your scheduled
appointment, you will be charged full price for the scheduled service (min. $180 for 1st
time appointments, min. $90 for follow-up appointments).
• If you arrive after your appointment is scheduled to begin, no additional time will be
added to the end of your session to compensate for lost time.
Please sign below to acknowledge that you read, understand, and agree to terms listed
in this Cancellation Policy.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!
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