4401 Dixie Highway | Elsmere, KY | 41018
• BLUE LOTUS •
wellness from within
Admittedly, we do a lot here. That’s because healing work is complicated, and multifaceted. If I told you it was easy – I’d be lying! These are just a few of the things we do here at Blue Lotus, and we’ll be keeping you posted as we add new services, retreats, and wellness offers.
January 1, 2023 a new Kentucky tax law goes into effect (HB8) that requires massage therapists to apply and collect a 6% sales tax on massage therapy services.
The reasoning behind the sales tax is because the legislature intends to reduce income tax in the coming years and sales tax is a way to offset this action. There are over 30 services that are now required to collect sales tax.
There is an exception for medical massage therapy. A massage therapist does not need to collect sales tax for a Medical Massage. A doctor’s prescription is required to be kept on file by the massage therapist for a massage to qualify as a medical massage.
To comply with the new law I am increasing my prices by 5.00 to cover the sales tax. So all massage prices will be sales tax included. Updated prices are on the massage page.
There is a convenience fee of 3.5% when using charge cards to cover fees.
Amba Elieff Poetry
We currently have Amba Elieff’s first book of poetry, Maiden, Mother, Crone available at Blue Lotus. This makes a great gift for you or a friend. It is also available on Amazon.
Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 859-694-0531 to get on my schedule.
The Latest from the Blog
When I can, I try to share little windows into the world of Blue Lotus, and into what I do beyond just what you see here at the studio!
Hi Everyone, This is my update for everyone about safety now that massage and yoga have reopened at Blue Lotus. I ask all my clients now what their exposure to COVID-19 is and what type of social distance they have been maintaining. I ask how they are keeping safe. ...
Shelter at home reminds me of summers when I was a child. When I was growing up every day during summer was the same. We got up, we went to the pool, we stayed there til Mom had to go home and start dinner. Every day Monday through Friday was pretty much the same. ...
So we are nearing the end of April on this journey with coronavirus. it reminds me of all the hikes that I went with my girls for several reasons. My oldest was the one that always asked are we there yet? It was normally followed with a can’t we just turn around. ...
Follow the Journey:
All material provided on this website is for informational or educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your healthcare professional or physician.