FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Northridge — The Oasis Wellness Center of the University Student Union is excited to announce it will be welcoming back CSUN students, faculty and staff starting Monday, June 21. This reopening will provide Matadors access to indoor and outdoor in-person programs and services like the nap pods, massage chairs, gardens, Oasis workshops and study and relaxation areas. Take the time out this summer to experience it yourself as the Oasis reopens for you!
“We are thrilled to reopen the Oasis for the CSUN community and offer them a special place to revive, relax and succeed,” said Richard Cardona, Manager of Oasis Wellness Center. “It is great to help our Matadors prioritize their health by emphasizing mindfulness and wellness in their daily lives.”
The Oasis will be open in a limited 50% capacity to all eligible for a SRC Summer Membership. You will be able to access the Oasis by downloading the CSUN Student Recreation Center App for iOS or Android, booking a Wellness Visit under the Oasis Wellness Center and completing your mandatory health screening.
With its reopening, the Oasis will be offering its indoor and outdoor in-person programs and services to you on a reserved basis with a maximum time limit, including 45 minutes for nap pods, 15 minutes for massage chairs, 90 minutes for the gardens and 90 minutes for study and relaxation areas. In addition, you are also invited to utilize in-person workshops hosted by the Oasis. Apart from the in-person programs and services, the Oasis will continue to offer a wide range of virtual opportunities such as Virtual Sunrise Yoga, Virtual Breathe and Meditation and Virtual Reiki.
Here are the Reopening Day and Summer hours for the Oasis:
Reopening Day Hours (International Yoga Day Celebration) Monday, June 21:
In-Person: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Virtual: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Normal Hours (Starting Tuesday, June 22) Monday – Friday:
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
To ensure member safety, the facility has implemented enhanced cleaning procedures, mandatory health screenings, a touchless barcode scanner and social distancing.