2 metres apart - 9 max per class
We are limiting class sizes to 9 participants so that there is at least 2 metres distance between heads in the class. Arrive early and avoid lingering in reception too long to maintain your distance. The side room is also available to head towards and leave your belongings to provide more space.
Bring your own mat or towel
Bring along your own mat or towel to lay over ours. Ours are cleaned before each use with sanitizer but lets maintain caution.
Adjusting the practices slightly
- We are not adjusting using our hands or walking around in between people to maintain the social distancing recommendations.
- We are avoiding any poses that are face down on the mats and not recommending anything that involves touching the face.
Paper towels and wipes
We're using disposable paper towels to encourage hand washing and avoid communal towels.
Cleaning the studio and wiping everything
After every class all door handles, taps etc. are all wipes down with sanitizer which as far as we know kills the virus.
Looking into online class offerings
Watch this space. But we might be able to offer some classes live online so if you are self isolating, then you can still maintain some practice. .
What you can do to help
Check the website before coming in case the class has been cancelled. If the teacher feels unwell or anyone in their house does, they won't run the class.
Arrive 10 minutes early to settle in, wash hands etc.
Wash your hands before and after class
Avoid touching your face
Please don't come if you have a cough or temperature or are living with someone who is
Keep up your yoga practice
Maintaining equanimity during times of difficulty is so important and helpful not only to you but to those around you. Staying grounded, maintaining a connection to the wider perspective, knowing that this will pass, and tending to the seeds of worry that can grow out of proportion if we don't also tend to the seeds of calm and steadiness.
If I can be of any help please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Founder of YogaSpace, 2009
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