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Art of Living Center Reopens July 31

Updated Fri, Jul 3, 2020, 10:23 AM: Reflecting new information that moved reopening date from July 1 to July 31. 

The Art of Living Retreat Center, a retreat, meditation, and event facility in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, has put in place numerous CDC-recommended precautionary measures in order to safely reopen to the public on July 31. The Center has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although there have been no known cases of the virus in the Center’s community.

To ensure safety, the Center’s staff is participating in the Count on Me NC program announced by AppHealthcare—an employee training program on safe operations during the pandemic. The Center has arranged the seating in dining and meeting areas so that guests can remain six feet apart. Staff members wear protective face masks while on duty, and guests are required to wear face masks in public areas. Other steps taken include enhanced cleanliness procedures, the monitoring of guests for symptoms, heightened housekeeping processes and removal of shared yoga equipment.

 “We’ve stayed connected virtually as much as possible,” says AOLC’s head of marketing, Kunwar Gadhok, “but it can’t quite make up for the supportive energy and incredible environment you experience on campus. Guests, staff and volunteers are the pulse of the Center, and we’re thrilled to finally welcome them back. The well-being of our community is our number one priority, and we’re confident about the care we’ve taken to ensure we’re providing a safe and healthy environment.”

The Art of Living Center offers online and at-home programs as well. For more information, visit ArtOfLivingRetreatCenter.Org.

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