Palmer Counseling Services recognizes that mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness requires deliberate attention. Counseling Services offers two relaxation spaces for a quiet refreshing break in your day. The Dendera Sanctuary is located in Counseling Services West Hall, Suite 128, Room C, and the Level Seven Sanctuary is located in West Hall, Suite 303. When you visit the sanctuaries we ask that you respect others and the purpose of these spaces: please turn off cell phones, and do not eat or study while in the sanctuaries.
The Dendera Sanctuary
The Dendera sanctuary is a space for peace, calm, relaxation and rejuvenation amidst the hurry and stresses of your day. This tranquil space contains a plant garden, Interactive Health robotic massage chairs, and a comfortable couch. Across from West Hall, Room 128A, is the Tea Room, where you can refresh yourself with a cool glass of water or enjoy a cup of hot tea.
Zabuton meditation mat with Zafu cushion
The Level Seven Sanctuary
The Level Seven Sanctuary is our largest relaxation space with a main relaxation area and several side rooms for rest and meditation. The main relaxation space features several Interactive Health human touch robotic massage chairs and "zero-gravity" chairs.
You may contact the main Counseling Services office at (563) 884-5655 for more information.
The zero-gravity Perfect Chair which gives you an unique balance of lumbar back support
Interactive Health human touch, robotic, massage chairs
"We are so BLESSED to have a space such as this; many thanks to those who have 'Rolled up their sleeves' and made it a reality!"
"This is wonderful. Nice to have a place that is quiet––to just compose yourself again after class! Love these massage chairs."
"It's a blessing to have a special place to come to regroup and focus on relaxing. Great idea!"
"Awesome paint job in the Sanctuary; it is so relaxing and warm."
"Thank you for the great tasting tea; it helps me through the day."
"Thanks a million for the herbal tea!"
"Nice to find a place that is really quiet."