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PRECAUTIONS FOR VISITOR SAFETY
- No more than 12 visitors are allowed within the 6,000sf property at any one time.
- No more than 4 people are allowed in any enclosed room at one time.
- Visitors must maintain 6′ distancing throughout the property (indoors and outdoors).
- Masks are required in all indoor spaces.
- Masks are optional in the Japanese garden.
- Credit card payments are preferred over cash or checks. Log in or create a MindBody account HERE to safely store credit card information.
- Currently we are not providing dishware or utensils. Visitors must bring their own mugs, plates, and silverware for self-serve food and beverages.
- The risk of contamination from blankets and cushions is not well documented. We are unable to wash blankets and cushions daily. Please consider bringing your own cushion, blanket, sheet or pillow case to sit on, or wrap in.
The social wing of Mayu includes the Tea Lounge, Store, and Library
- quiet conversation permitted
- supervised children welcome
- electronics allowed
- Tea Lounge – food and beverage allowed
- Library – no food allowed
- Store – no food or beverages allowed
The practice wing of Mayu includes the Herbal Foot Bath Suite, Meditation Den, and Classroom
- silence required in common areas (hallways and restrooms)
- silence required in Meditation Den
- silence required in Herbal Foot Bath Suite, unless reserved with a partner
- children OVER the age of 12 welcome
- beverages must be in spill-proof containers, no food allowed
- silent electronics allowed in Herbal Foot Bath Suite (e-readers, laptops permitted)
- audio electronics with headphones allowed in Meditation Den (no screens, no typing, headphones required)
Your favorite perfume, chemical product, or essential oil may be overwhelming to others in an enclosed space. Please arrive fragrance-free.
You may be asked to wash off strong odors in the restroom upon arriving. Smokers and dispensary employees should bring a change of clothes.
Mayu observes a zero-tolerance sobriety policy. Visitors who arrive chemically impaired, or by behavior or aroma (on the breath or clothing) cause the suspicion of being impaired, will not be admitted.
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.
There is no dress code at Mayu, however visitors must remove shoes in the Classroom, Meditation Den, and Herbal Foot Bath Suite.