Dear valued patrons, students and participants:
With the recent changes in the COVID situation and the gradual re-opening of B.C., we are very happy to announce that we will be re-opening our Center doors as of June 1st, in order to serve you in person once again.
We will slowly ease back to our schedules with limited personal offerings and with guidelines to keep all of us safe as we move into phase two of COVID-19. Please note that more information on the services available and guidelines around them will be sent out shortly.
While we work through the process of re-establishing our services, we will be continuing with a number of our core services that we were able to provide throughout our closure due to COVID, including: Therapeutic Yoga Classes, Monthly Meditations and SMART Recovery Meetings. We are hoping to conduct some of our most well attended offerings outdoors in a park setting, and some of our smaller programs in our Center, and will ensure to communicate with you when and where all of our offerings will be taking place.
In the meantime, as we re-open, please note the following guidelines and program changes.
For those of you who will be coming to our Center, please note the following general guidelines as we work to keep everyone safe:
For those participating in yoga classes, please note the following guidelines and changes:
SMART RECOVERY MEETINGS
Smart Recovery Meetings will take place at the Center on Tuesdays at 5PM with a limit of 8 participants. We will no longer offer tea, coffee or water, so please bring your own should you desire it. Please note that no food is permitted on the facility for the time being.
General Recommended Guidelines:
If you are sitting in a well ventilated space, with few people, the risk is low.
Social distancing rules are really to protect you with brief exposures or outdoor exposures. In these situations there is not enough time to achieve the infectious viral load when you are standing 6 feet apart or where wind and the infinite outdoor space for viral dilution reduces viral load. The effects of sunlight, heat, and humidity on viral survival, all serve to minimize the risk to everyone when outside.
Thank you very much for your understanding and compliance as well as for your continued support.
We look forward to seeing many of you soon and offering you our full range of services once again.
In your highest service,
the staff of The Happyness Center:
Jo, Madhu Sai, Edith, Yvette, Michelle