Coronavirus Update for Serenity Wellness
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Sheri Lawrence, LMFT will be returning to the office on June 2nd, 2020, two days per week. Tuesday and Thursday are in-person appointments and Wednesday and Friday are Telehealth for those who still do not feel comfortable returning to the office until further notice. Brian Eaton, LMT will begin his massage therapy practices next week May 26th.
Please contact us if you have any questions about this change.

Ways we will be safe in our return.

  • We ask that you stay in your car and call us when you arrive at the office and we will let you know when we are ready for you.
  • We will ask questions about your travel and if you have been around anyone known to have coronavirus in the past 14 days.
  • We will take your temperature via a non-touch thermometer and ask you to reschedule if you are above 100.4 temperature.
  • Sheri will wear a mask per your request during the session to help you feel safe and will stay over 6 feet of distance at all times, we are not required to wear a mask at this distance but want everyone’s needs of safety to be met.
  • You will not be required to wear a mask as again we will be distanced over 6 feet during the session.
  • Our massage therapist will be wearing a mask at all times during the session and taking all the universal precautions for their and your utmost protection.
  • We will be cleaning every doorknob, every chair someone sits in will be disinfected and the bathroom after every person.

Your peace and wellbeing have always been our priority at Serenity Wellness and we hope to make this as stress-free of a re-opening experience as possible.


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Staying Calm During The Unknown

Please remember to be precautious but do not allow stress to overcome you. Being stressed activates the flight or fight which equals Anxiety in the body and can lower your immunity and cause less logical thinking. In a time where our immunity and logical decision making is needed for everyone's safety to get through this time of uncertainty it is important to take time to be still. Some ideas are meditation, walking around your neighbor and getting sun, listening to your favorite music to have joy, continuing to exercise, eat well and sleep. Most importantly limit how much you are listening to news reports, checking in a few times a day just to keep up to date without watching the news for extended periods of time will keep you informed but not induce stress or panic.

BE WELL AND NAMSTE,
SHERI LAWRNCE, LMFT and STAFF