We are reviewing the Coronavirus situation daily and taking measures around advice issued by The World Health organisation (WHO) and Public Health England (PHE).
We take the health and safety of all our guests and Studio Team extremely seriously and will continue to remain vigilant to government and governing body updates on the spread of the virus and will keep monitoring the situation.
Due to the current status of the COVID-19 outbreak we have decided to suspend events at Studio Kokoro indefinitely. We will be reviewing the situation and updating you as things progress.
Even when we reopen we do ask that you do not come to the studio if you have any symptoms, feel unwell or are in contact with any ill people.
If you are a carer or in contact with any vulnerable people please do not attend the studio for their well-being.
Please check event listings and this page for updates, as these could change daily.
Any urgent announcements will be sent out via our Newsletter so please sign up to that if you haven’t already.
Thank you everyone for your understanding.
If you want to support the studio during this time you can find our gofundme page here…
Studio Kokoro Octopods
Some other things
We all go through stages of processing during unusual times.
- Hoard food, toilet paper and medicines I don’t need.
- I complain all the time.
- Transmit my anger and fear related emotions to others.
- Forward all messages to others.
- I stop compulsively consuming things that harm me, from food to news.
- I start letting go of things that are out of my control.
I identify my emotions.
- I make myself aware of the situation and think about the best way to act.
- I verify information before I share it.
- I acknowledge everyone is trying their best.
- Find a purpose.
I think of how I can help others.
- Use my skills to service the ones in need.
- I show empathy to myself and others.
- I live in the present and focus on the future.
- I keep myself emotionally happy and transmit hope.
- I show gratefulness.
- I find ways to adapt to changes I practice calmness, patience, relationships and creativity.
Did you know?
A refuse collectors can touch up to around 2,000 bins a day?
If even one of those bins were touched by someone who was infected then your bin could be too.
So as soon as you touch your bin to bring it back in…
I did not think of that until one of our bin men told Clover and yet once he had it seemed so obvious.
Take care of yourselves as always.
Remember to wash your hands particularly after touching your bin.
Here are some additional resources
We know nothing can be completely comprehensive but here are some useful resources with sensible advice. We hope they are useful to you.
|World Health Organization advice for the public|
|GOV.UK Government response|
|National Health Service advice|
Latest from GOV.UK on social distancing for everyone in the UK and protecting older people and vulnerable adults.