Due to COVID-19, the Mind Spa will be closed until further notice, but you can set up your own Mind Spa at home! Visit our Virtual Mind Spa to experience a variety of ways to relax and recharge including tips on setting up a mini Mind Spa in your house, guided meditations, yoga practices, relaxation techniques, self-care ideas, identity-based resources and more! This site is a work in progress and we would love to hear from you. Email email@example.com your recommendations for content.
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The Mind Spa at CAPS is a unique sanctuary for everyone in the OSU community where you can soothe your mind, body, and spirit. Come explore an experience like no other on campus. Relax privately in this quiet single-user space, unkink that stubborn muscle in the full body massage chair, center yourself in the meditation corner, use our guided relaxation software to find calmness, or sit by the therapy light on a rainy day. You do not need to be a CAPS client to use the Mind Spa - it's open to all OSU students, faculty, and staff at no charge.
The Mind Spa is currently closed due to COVID-19. Once re-open, it will be available for scheduling Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm, with shorter hours during breaks and summer. Appointments can be scheduled for 30 minutes or 1 hour (in order to schedule an hour, please select two consecutive 30 minute spots).
No more than one user at a time will be allowed into the Mind Spa.
To allow space for everyone, please schedule no more than one appointment at a time. If you schedule multiple appointments at once, all but the first may be removed by CAPS.
Optional orientations to the biofeedback software are availble for new users (except during summer, finals week, and breaks). Orientation hours are noted on the online scheduler, at the bottom of each day they are offered. If you would like an orientation, schedule your appointment within those hours, and let the receptionist know you would like one when you check in.
Please note: Symptoms of stress and depression can have multiple causes, including environmental, social, emotional, and medical. Please consult your health care professional who understands your specific situation before beginning any self-guided stress management or depression treatment program.