Here you’ll find information about how Watertown Center for Healing Arts (WCHA) handles health & safety concerns, including COVID-19.
We stay informed about and follow all current MA state and local town mandates.
The WCHA has a filtered, central air system. HVAC systems are maintained and monitored to ensure air ventilation and filtration are working correctly as per design specifications.
Hand sanitizer is complimentary and readily available in common areas; restrooms are equipped with hand soap to encourage regular & thorough hand washing.
Good hygiene measures are encouraged through strategically-placed behavioral signage.
Most studios and offices have functional windows that can be opened for fresh air. HEPA air filters are available in each office.
Individual practitioners may have additional policies surrounding COVID19 (e.g. masks, vaccination requirements); please contact your practitioner directly with questions and/or concerns.
We encourage practitioners to remain home if they are sick.
Spring St. and Mt. Auburn St. entry doors are secured with code locks, but may be left open during hours where one or more practitioners are present in the space (to allow registered class attendees and scheduled clients) entry.
All practitioners who use offices are assigned keys.
Practitioners are encouraged to report any safety hazards to WCHA staff for immediate remedy.