On this page I will keep you updated with what's happening at the Centre in response to the pandemic.
Let's take this as an opportunity to look after ourselves and each other. Rest well, eat well and find a reason to keep smiling amongst all this tension and uncertainty.
love, Claire x
23 March 2020 - Alert Level 3
Jacinda Ardern has just announced that the Alert Level has risen to 3 today and will go up to Level 4 in 48 hours.
The Centre will need to close as of today. We will update this page and our facebook page.
Some practitioners are offering online sessions - email email@example.com for more information.
22 March 2020 - Alert Level 2
Currently the Centre is open and practitioners are seeing clients. To reduce contact in our reception area Lily will be supporting us by working from home. I have arranged for a gap between my clients so that they can come directly into my treatment room to avoid waiting in reception and have asked that other practitioners at the Centre do the same.
In order to look after the health of all our clients and practitioners we ask that if you have a cough or cold that you reschedule your appointment. If you have a cough/cold, fever and chills and a sore throat or chest pain please call Healthline.
If you are over 70 or have a compromised immune system the current advice is for you to please stay home.
Please only come to the Centre if you have an appointment.
Over the last week our cleaning schedule has increased and we are regularly cleaning commonly used surfaces eg doorhandles and light switches. We have face masks, protective eye wear and gloves available if we need it.
Over the coming weeks/months I will make decisions based on guidance from the Ministry of Health. The Centre will most likely need to close for a time when we get to Alert Level 3 and all non-essential businesses are asked to close.
We have three Sunday Sanctuaries scheduled for April and May, which we will postpone to a later date.
The best resource to keep up to date with what's happening country-wide is the government's covid19 page.