Mayu is an intentional refuge for adults seeking quiet time for inner reflection. To ensure everyone enjoys their stay, visitors should consider the following rules before they arrive:
Children & Pets
Animals are not permitted at Mayu, except for service animals as defined by Title II and Title III of the ADA: “Any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.” Emotional support animals are not service animals under Title II and Title III.
Children over the age of 12 are welcome, provided they are able to remain silent in the retail area, and silent and still in drop-in areas and classes. Parents should make other arrangements for infants, toddlers and young children before visiting the center.
The sense of smell is heightened in an environment free from distractions. Fragrances that seem benign in ordinary life often become offensive in a meditation center. For this reason visitors are asked to arrive fragrance-free.
Mayu staff and instructors may ask you to wash off strong odors in the restroom upon arriving. Smokers and dispensary employees should bring a change of clothes when visiting.
Mayu observes a zero-tolerance sobriety policy. Visitors who are chemically impaired, or by their behavior appear to be impaired, or by their aroma (on the breath or clothing) cause the suspicion of being impaired, will not be admitted.